NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Shimadzu Scientific Instruments will take over Kratos Analytical’s X-ray spectrometer business, Shimadzu, which owns both companies, said today. 
 
On April 1 SSI will begin selling, servicing, and supporting X-ray spectrometers sold in North America and Mexico, the company said.
 
SSI will take on product lines including the energy dispersive X-ray series, the X-ray diffraction series, and the wavelength dispersive X-ray series spectrometers. 
 

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