Waters' Q1 Revenues Jump 16 Percent on Strong Mass Spec and LC Sales | GenomeWeb

Waters this week reported that its first-quarter revenues jumped 16 percent year over year, to $427.6 million from $367.7 million in the first quarter of 2010.

The rise was driven "by the continued rapid uptake" of the company's Acuity H-Class UPLC and Xevo mass spectrometry systems, President and CEO Douglas Berthiaume said in a conference call following the earnings release, adding that LC and mass spec instrument sales both grew at rates of over 20 percent.

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