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Agilent Lands Aussie Distributor

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Agilent Technologies said today that it has tapped Pacific Laboratory Products to distribute and provide support for its entire line of chromatography columns and supplies in Australia.

The agreement will enable customers to order from Agilent's Australia representatives or from Melbourne-based PLP.

Rod Minett, Agilent's country manager for Australia and New Zealand, said in a statement that PLP is "equipped with deep understanding of the local market requirements and [has] a proven track record of delivering excellent customer support and services."

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