Aussie lab test company Healthscope sees growth in NZ pathology business

Mon, 30 Jun 2014

By Pam Graham July 1 (BusinessDesk) - Australia’s Healthscope is confident of winning more contracts for pathology services in New Zealand where it already services 65 percent of the population. The size of the company’s business in New Zealand and its ambitions for more growth have been detailed in a prospectus for a share offer in Australia. “Operationally, Healthscope is focused on extracting further economies of scale, including cost synergies, through the operational integration of its expanding laboratory network,” the prospectus...

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