BDAL’s Q1 New Bookings Rise by 25 Percent

Bruker Daltonics said last week that its new order bookings for life-science systems grew by 25 percent during the first quarter of 2002, compared with the same quarter of 2001. “We see real excitement and increasing demand for our Ultraflex TOF/TOF system,” Frank Laukien, Bruker Daltonics’ CEO, said in a statement. “Our shipments and installations for the Ultraflex are ramping up smoothly.”

 

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