In October of 2014 the Moxie Café and Hardy Diagnostics were recently named one of Santa Maria’s most beautiful businesses by Santa Maria Valley Beautiful. The award was given in recognition of the Moxie’s commitment to community pride through creating a beautiful environment. The Moxie Café is owned and operated by the employees of Hardy Diagnostics. The... Read more »
Hardy announces a new alliance with Nissui Pharmaceuticals in Japan. Nissui manufactures a product for the food industry called Compact Dry. With Compact Dry one can perform a bacterial and fungal counts on a food sample. The plate is very thin and thus space efficient. The media is dehydrated for a long shelf life and... Read more »
The company opens up a new restaurant, known as the Moxie Café, next to the Santa Maria campus; not only for the employees, but for the public as well. The restaurant features many healthy choices of delicious dishes including salads, wraps, sandwiches, and rotisserie beef and free-range chicken. The Moxie also offers two conference rooms... Read more »
In April, Hardy Diagnostics opened its ninth distribution center in Raleigh, North Carolina. This warehouse will service Hardy customers in North and South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and Northern Georgia. This will enhance and compliment Hardys existing network of distribution centers designed to provide customers with inexpensive next day ground delivery. Watch a short... Read more »
Numerous pieces of equipment were implemented for our manufacturing processes, such as a new ultra-sophisticated autoclave from Switzerland, an automated serum vial filler and crimper, a new versatile plate pouring line for all types of Petri dishes, and an automated cap torqueing machine for more consistent screw-cap tightness.
Twelve editions of our microbiology newsletter, MicroBytes, were published. This is the sixth year of offering this popular newsletter that is enjoyed by over 10,000 loyal readers.
Hardy Diagnostics signed up 2,176 new customers in 2014. The year ended with a growth in sales of over 10%.
Jay Hardy accepts an award from the Rotary Club for “Ethics in Business.” This award is given annually to the company that most demonstrates its involvement in building strong communities.