No one beats YORK Analytical’s project management and customer service teams, most notably because of their superhero capabilities in the service of our clients!

We’ve released two YORK FORCE comic books to spotlight our superheroes in the laboratories, client service centers, and on the roads to client sites.

Our customer service squad is known as the YORK FORCE that uses enhanced battle suits, each with a unique super power, for customer pickups and drop-offs. They battle Dr. Chaos, the head of the evil Acme Lab Corp, to overcome daily barriers every day and deliver for our customers’ business.

We introduce the YORK WONDER WOMEN in our 2nd issue, where the extraordinary project managers and client service team overcome Dr. Chaos’ insane plot and dangerous ninjas to contaminate New Jersey with PFAS bombs.

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Learn More About YORK FORCE

  • Client Services Superheroes: The York Wonder Women

    The second edition of the YORK FORCE introduces the Wonder Women of York — Allison Bennett, Tina Blocker, Shanna Bonaparte, Lidya Gulizia, Kim Karcich, Kristen Lopez, Nicolette Lovari, Cassie Mosher, Jenna Pitta-Daniels, Lea Sherman, Patty Werner-Els.

  • YORK FORCE: Introducing Slim

    He’s slender. He can stretch his body like a rubber band. He’s a great listener and an even better friend. Even on the YORK FORCE, there’s no equal to the man we call Slim!

  • YORK FORCE: Introducing Frostbite

    Meet Frostbite, known for being the glue that holds the courier team together. Frostbite is as much a member of the customer’s team as he is the York’s team

  • YORK FORCE: Introducing The Spider

    Who has four superhuman mechanical arms, enabling him to carry more than six Summa canisters and coolers at a time?

  • YORK FORCE: Introducing The Brain

    The Brain sits at the controls of the York Force courier system, deftly coordinating client pickup/deliveries and ensuring client rush jobs are in the system and ready for analysis even before the samples reach the lab.