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Cavro Becomes Tecan Systems

June 7, 2002

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Cavro Becomes Tecan Systems

Originally Published MPMN June 2002

INDUSTRY NEWS

Cavro Becomes Tecan Systems

Susan Wallace

Cavro Scientific Instruments Inc., a supplier of OEM liquid-handling modules and laboratory automation systems, has changed its name to Tecan Systems (San Jose; www.tecansystems.com). According to the company, the Tecan Systems name reflects the expansion of the laboratory automation systems product line to include more turnkey engineering and manufacturing services. Tecan Systems will offer OEM and end-user customers the ability to design and manufacture specialized laboratory robotic systems.

"Our new name, Tecan Systems, reflects 15 years of synergy between Cavro and Tecan, and enables us to combine the liquid handling, robotic and detection expertise developed by both organizations over 30 years," says Stephen Levers, president of Tecan Systems.

Emile Sutcliffe, CEO of the Tecan Group says, 'The new Tecan Systems reflects our goal to provide customers with complete solutions that fulfil their needs for laboratory automation in the life sciences."

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