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Evotec Reports 30-Percent Rise in Q3 Sales Driven by Strong Tools and Tech Reciepts
 
Evotec this week reported a 30-percent spike in overall Q3 revenues, driven in part by a 28-percent increase in third-party revenues from its Tools and Technologies division.
 
Group revenues for the Hamburg, Germany-based company increased 30 percent to €24.6 million ($31.6 million) from €19 million in Q3 2005.
 

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