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Agilent Technologies and ESA Inc. sign VAR agreement
23-01-2001: Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A), a leading provider of innovative technologies
for communications and life sciences, today announced that it has entered into a
value-added reseller (VAR) agreement with ESA Inc., a 32-year-old, privately held
company based in Chelmsford, Mass. ESA will sell Agilent's HPLC equipment as
part of their solution portfolio in the U.S. and Europe.
"We are pleased ESA has determined that Agilent's HPLC instruments are a valuable addition to the products they offer to their customers," said Joe Pinto, Agilent's CAG manager for global business programs. "Our products will compliment the considerable investment ESA has in application development for the bioresearch, clinical testing and pharmaceutical markets."
"By becoming a value-added reseller of Agilent products, we will satisfy many of our life science customers' analytical needs by offering them solutions that combine Agilent's liquid chromatography products with ESA's expertise in HPLC detector technology and application development," said Walter DiGiusto, ESA's president and CEO.
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