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Heroic Hartlepool finished in an excellent third place on their second entry into the Bangkok International Rugby Sevens.

Hartlepool's United rugby team is ready to fly the flag again at a major overseas sporting spectacular - thanks to heavyweight businesses packing a sponsorship punch.

Hart Bio on tour

Experts from top medical appliance company, Hart Biologicals, are taking to the road to unveil a brand-new product at two major exhibitions. 

Staff at Hart Biologicals have shown their support to Macmillan Cancer Support with its annual coffee morning raising more than £452.

As part of Hart Biologicals’ expansion of its range of platelet aggregation reagents, the specialist medical machinery manufacturer is also introducing its own custom-branded multiple electrode aggregometry (MEA) adapter to the market. 

Over the past 12 months, Hart Innovations’ Research and Development Scientist Shelley James has been working with Manchester University as part of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP). 

As part of the company’s ongoing passion for supporting local sporting teams, Hart Biologicals will be helping Hartlepool rugby to make its second tilt at a major overseas tournament by entering the Bangkok International Sevens again.

As part of Hart Biologicals continuing work to stay ahead of the curve in haemostasis, members from the team regularly attend conferences and meetings with some of the biggest names from around the globe. 

Hart Biologicals is proud to support the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) 14th annual World Blood Donor Day. 

Hart Biologicals’ Managing Director, Alby Pattison has attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace, has been selected as a Deputy Lord Lieutenant for County Durham, was this weekend named an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Hartlepool-based coagulation expert Hart Biologicals is looking forward to once again exhibiting at the Annual Scientific Meeting for Clinical and Laboratory Haemostasis.

Haemostasis expert Hart Biologicals is asking Hartlepool businesses to lend their support and help in its blood drives over the school holidays.