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According to foreign media reports, on January 25, 2011, Watson announced its fourth quarter financial report for 2010. According to the report, we all know that when the high-temperature and low-temperature experimental chamber was used for a long time, the revenue in the fourth quarter of 2010 was $483.6 million, an increase of 13% compared with the same period in 2009, and exceeded the analyst's expectation of $464.83 million

"the driving force of revenue growth in the fourth quarter came from the launch of the company's new system, the continuous expansion in the Asian market and the improvement of the overall economy," Douglas Berthiaume, chairman and CEO of Walters, said in a statement

"the new technology platform has promoted the strongest sales growth, and the shipment volume of acquity UPLC and Xevo mass spectrometer has set a new record," Berthiaume said at a meeting, "Xevo TQS has created remarkable quarterly sales performance since its launch in June 2010. Foaming agent for energy-efficient and energy-saving heat insulation foam materials"

"at the same time, the launch of acquity UPLC H-class has also promoted the sales of wattage liquid chromatography, especially in the field of drug quality control," Berthiaume said. "Although it is especially suitable for laboratories that continuously do impact experiments and departments such as metallurgy and machinery manufacturing that do a lot of impact experiments; however, we are very satisfied with the rapid rise of H-class in 2010, the trend that UPLC will replace HPLC technology is being established, which will bring a market growth opportunity for many years, and we are encouraged by this trend."

Berthiaume also pointed out that "in the pharmaceutical end market, watsh has seen many laboratories upgrade from HPLC system to UPLC system, and has seen new business opportunities related to biological research and development."

compared with the same period last year, the sales of Waterworld instruments increased by 16%; In terms of regions, sales in Asia increased by 32%, in the United States by 10%, in Europe by 5% from 100kg to (1) 400kg, and in Japan by 4%. In 2010, the company's annual revenue was $1.64 billion, an increase of 10% over $1.5 billion in 2009. The profit in 2010 was $381.8 million, an increase of 18% over $323.3 million in 2009

with the stability of the end market and the acceptance of the company's new products, Waterworld expects a double-digit growth in 2011

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