Beckman, Facing Flat Revenues, Hopes New Platforms, Consumables Will Drive Growth | GenomeWeb

Beckman Coulter, facing flat revenue in 2005, expects that new product launches and a hoped-for increase in consumable sales will drive growth for the remainder of this year and next year, according to Jay Steffenhagen, senior vice president of development and strategy.

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