Agilent’s LSCA Unit Posts Double-Digit Growth in Orders, Revenues for Q1 2005

Agilent Technologies’ Life Science and Chemical Analysis business unit this week reported a 16-percent increase in orders for the quarter ended Jan. 31, 2005, accompanied by a 13-percent rise in revenues and a 9-percent increase in profits.

Agilent’s LSCA group, which houses the company’s genomics and proteomics product lines, reported orders of $356 million for the first quarter of its 2005 fiscal year, up sharply from $307 million in orders for the year-ago quarter.

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