Agilent inaugurates CrossLab at its Manesar facility

December 2013
BioSpectrum;Dec2013, Vol. 11 Issue 12, p70
The article reports on the opening of the CrossLab at Span Diagnostics Ltd.'s Manesar facility in Haryana, India on November 5, 2013. It says that the synchronized laboratory solution will serve as a service model for all instruments and will deliver solutions that help improve results, reduce costs and increase the productivity across the organization. It helps increase the capability of Agilent's service engineering team with hands-on training on analytical instruments.


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