Agilent, 'Reinvesting in Core Business,' Plans to Double Its Share of Mass Spec Market by 2008 | GenomeWeb

Following the launch of its 1200 series high-speed liquid chromatography system last week, Agilent this week released five new mass spectrometers, and said that it plans to double its share of the mass spectrometry market by 2008.

Agilent officials said during a media briefing that the company has been "reinvesting back into core businesses" over the last four years, and as a result is "expanding the portfolio in areas where we've had gaps."

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