Bruker Daltonics Announces Order for 51 Mass Spectrometers Wednesday January 14, 7:00 am ET The Japanese National Police Agency has Selected Brukers micrOTOF-II ESI-TOF Mass Spectrometers for Exact Mass Analysis at its Forensic Laboratories
BILLERICA, Mass. & YOKOHAMA, Japan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bruker Daltonics announced today that it has signed a contract with the Japanese National Police Agency (NPA) for the supply of 51 units of its state-of-the-art ESI-TOF system, micrOTOF-II focus. The contract with a value of more than $12 million USD includes micrOTOF-II systems to be installed in each of the NPA’s Prefecture forensic laboratories, as well as HPLC and CE systems, providing a complete analysis package. Source: Bruker Daltonics
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Mr. Yasuhiko Maekawa, National Sales Manager at Bruker Daltonics Japan, explained: “These forensic toxicology and residue analysis systems will be delivered in March 2009, and teams of Bruker Daltonics application scientists and engineers from Japan and Asia-Pacific will then provide installations and extensive training to the NPA scientists.”
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Item 2.02 Results of Operations and Financial Condition. On January 14, 2009, Bruker Corporation (the "Company") will participate in the 27th Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco, California. The presentation materials, a copy of which are attached hereto as Exhibit 99.1, on slide 12 contain previously non-public information relating to (i) preliminary, unaudited revenue estimates, (ii) further net debt reduction, and (iii) qualitative comments on order bookings in the recently completed fourth quarter of fiscal 2008.>>
Fantastic report from the CEO..........however, due to this crappy market I took profits. Bought during the conference call and sold after. Still a great long term hold........I'll probably be kicking myself but a 12% gain is good enough for me. He said all bets are off regarding visibility for second half of 2009 but the first half looks good.