Driving Waters growth this year has been efforts to replace aging instruments of customers who bought the company’s longtime workhorse high-performance liquid chromatography separation instrument. Waters aims to replace Alliance™ HPLC systems, introduced to market in 1996, with newer Waters High Performance LC systems, setting a target in January of 10–15% market penetration over 2–3 years . . .

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