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The move, which Bruker has already implemented, is expected to save the company $6 million in the fourth quarter of this year, and for the whole of 2005.
Bruker "had some bottom-line set-backs and expense creep recently, which we intend to counter with this additional cost-cutting program that has affected all of our operating companies and geographies," Frank Laukien, president and CEO, said in a statement.
The company also said it has "reorganized various production, research and development, sales and administration functions" to help save additional money.
Details were not disclosed.