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August 20th, 2007
Oxford Instruments buys VeriCold Technologies for up to 5.7 mln stg
Oxford Instruments PLC said it has bought VeriCold Technologies GmbH, a maker of pulse tube refrigerators, for up to 5.7 mln stg, saying this acquisition will strengthen the company's offering in cryogen free refrigerators.
The company said the acquisition will add to earnings in its first full year and that it will also provide its Nanoscience business with an alternative source of key components for its existing and planned products.
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