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Bruker AXS Boosting Global Customer Support Staff by 30 Percent, Expanding Int'l Support Service

This update includes details about the new staff placements.
 
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Bruker AXS today said it is increasing its global customer support staff by 30 percent, or 32 people, in response to increased demand from international customers.
 
The industrial X-ray analysis and spark-OES tool-making branch of Bruker Biosciences also said it is expanding its 24/7 customer phone support services to include its global customers. The company has subsidiaries in Poland, Korea, India, and expanded operations in China.
 
A Bruker AXS spokesperson said the expansion includes 12 new staffers to serve the North American market and 20 who will be distributed globally to provide service support to international customers. Bruker said all of the new additions will be up and running by January. 

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