Agilent Technologies opens new CoE in Bangalore

Tuesday, 21 November 2006, 06:00 Hrs
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Bangalore : Agilent Technologies has announced the launch of its Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis (LSCA) Centre of Excellence in Bangalore. The company has also announced an investment of $30 million to establish a state of the art campus near Haryana.

The Bangalore facility will serve Agilent's customers across India and will house its core platform products, including gas chromatographs and liquid chromatographs, both stand-alone in combination with mass spectrometry systems. The initiative is expected to aid in technology demonstration, pre
and post-sales application support, and customer education, training and sample analysis.

"India is among the most important markets for Agilent globally, especially since it is a significant base for high-end R&D in pharmaceuticals and biotechnology," says Nick Roelofs, Vice President and General Manager at Agilent's Life Sciences Solutions.

He said that high-end test and measurement equipment would play a significant role in product standardization. It will continue to be Agilent's endeavor to introduce next-generation technologies that address automation productivity and efficiency in scientific and engineering
operations to Indian customers."

The Centre of Excellence is modelled on the same standards as other Agilent centres, with a emphasis on Agilent's global environmental, health and safety guidelines.

"This facility is also an extension of Agilent's strategic intent to provide world-class training and educational facilities for Agilent's customers in India," added Sanjeev Dhar, country manager, LSCA, Agilent Technologies-India.

Source: IANS
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