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May 1st, 2007
Industry news in brief
Agilent plans to relocate its atomic force microscopy plant to a new 30,000 sq. ft. facility in Chandler which will more than triple the size of the company's previous facility in Tempe.
The company plans to relocate and add to the 67 staff currently working in the Tempe facility to the new plant which is less than 20 miles away.
"The move is an important strategic step in the growth of our business in nanoscale measurements," said Bob Burns, Agilent vice president and general manager of the nanotechnology measurement division.
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