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Oxford Instruments, the high-technology tools and systems company, has won orders for 6 systems to equip a number of research & development facilities and manufacturing plants in Russia. The 6 systems ordered include both plasma deposition tools, and an Ionfab® ion beam system.
Mark Vosloo, Sales Director for Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology comments, "We are extremely pleased to have entered the Russian market so successfully over the past few years, and these new orders only emphasise our ability to establish ourselves in an evolving marketplace. This is a very significant order for us, not only commercially, but also as an endorsement of Oxford Instruments' position at the forefront of providing high quality, innovative process tools which are enabling the next generation of electronic and nanotechnology devices."
About Oxford Instruments
Oxford Instruments specialises in the design, manufacture and support of high-technology tools and systems for industry, research, education, space, energy, defence and healthcare.
We combine core technologies in areas such as low temperature and high magnetic field environments; X-ray, electron and optical based metrology; nuclear magnetic resonance, advanced growth, deposition and etching.
Our aim is to be the leading provider of tools and systems for the emerging nanotechnology and bioscience markets.
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