COPAN Italia: With multi-tasking being suggestive of today’s standard, COPAN Italia continues to concentrate all its efforts in one main domain: collection and transport devices. The target has refined our expertise in producing medical devices (transport swabs), IVD products (enrichment broths and inoculation loops) and general laboratory products (disposable Pasteur pipets and spreaders). COPAN Flock Technologies (merged with COPAN Italia in Nov. 2019): We’re all unique individuals with different personalities, traits, and preferences, yet we share a commonality: we are all potential patients. Our devices are used in the first phase of diagnosis making us a crucial piece of the patient care puzzle. How do we ensure we produce the best devices and therefore the best patient care possible? Well, we do listen. We listen to patients, to scientists, to the marketplace. Those voices, from individuals across the globe, can be perceived in all our products, their needs echoed in every single device we create. COPAN NewLab: NewLab Engineering is dedicated to designing and manufacturing customized automation equipment for biomedical companies, crime laboratories, and forensic companies. The Card Processing Automation (CPA200™ and CPA300™) technology, developed by NewLab Engineering, is used by forensic, paternity, crime and research laboratories to prepare DNA samples for human identification. COPAN Wasp® provides laboratory automation systems for sample processing in the Microbiology laboratory. COPAN’s Wasp®, Walk-Away Specimen Processor™, is an all-encompassing comprehensive system of automated specimen processing, planting and streaking, Gram slide preparation, enrichment broth inoculation and dispensing of antibiotic disks for Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing. COPAN Wasp® also manufactures WASPLab®. WASPLab®, a sophisticated bar-code-driven Microbiology specimen processor and work-up system, connects with WASP® using a conveyor track. WASPLab® moves samples from front end processing to full specimen management, automated incubation, and digital Microbiology.