Before her appointment, Kally Probasco oversaw all US operational functions for the EML group involving successful installations of technical methodologies, strategic account negotiations, key talent acquisition, new lab constructions, and other key initiatives. She was instrumental in the achievement of aggressive growth objectives and quality standards for the division.
Probasco has a Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State University in Biochemistry and has accumulated vital experience in all aspects of laboratory operations for Eurofins over the years. David Bryant, Senior Vice President of Eurofins North America, Food and Environment Testing said, "We are delighted to have Kally in this important role in our organization as she brings a tremendous amount of energy and strategic leadership to our growing and talented group of food safety testing professionals. In light of the demands that are being placed on food producers, processors, and importers for food safety compliance, we understand how important it is to be a stakeholder in the success of our customers and provide them with cutting edge analytical technologies and unparalleled service to help them meet their challenges with ease and personalized support."
Today, Eurofins provides a complete array of services in the area of food safety that include comprehensive microbiological testing, a wide array of contaminant detection assays, import detention testing, food safety auditing according to globally recognized and benchmarked industry standards, and an expanding offering of food safety training courses. With recent advancements in microbiomics and innovative logistical solutions, Eurofins continues to enhance its unmatched portfolio of assays and develop new ways to provide customers with greater understanding of their processes and an improved ability to meet their product quality demands in less time.
Eurofins Appoints New President for US Microbiology Division
Eurofins Scientific announces the appointment of Kally Probasco, President, Eurofins Microbiology Laboratory
August 22, 2016