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ACIST Medical Systems Announces the Opening of Its New Expanded Corporate Headquarters in Eden Prairie, MN
Date:10/7/2008

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- ACIST Medical Systems, Inc., today announced the grand opening of its new 75,000 square foot, expanded corporate Headquarters and manufacturing facility in Eden Prairie, MN. The First Lady Mary Pawlenty and Eden Prairie Mayor Phil Young will join Fulvio Renoldi Bracco, Chairman and CEO of ACIST, for a ribbon cutting ceremony at the company's new facilities. ACIST Medical Systems, a Bracco Group company, is a world leader in contrast delivery systems providing innovative solutions for diagnostic and therapeutic imaging procedures. ACIST's advanced systems are widely proven in the global health care arena, with clinical usage in over 40 countries and in many world-renowned centers, as well as in community hospitals and university settings.

"As a fast growing, advanced medical technology company, our new corporate facility in Eden Prairie was designed to create an overall positive environment for our employees; one that promotes teamwork, creativity and fosters innovation," Fulvio Renoldi Bracco said. "ACIST is dedicated to advancing the science of contrast imaging through research and development of new products and technologies. Our state-of-the-art research labs and engineering tools, together with our high performing and skilled employees, will allow us to develop new medical devices that enable clinicians to provide the best patient care possible. Through the Bracco Group, ACIST is investing over the next three years approximately $120 million in the development of highly advanced imaging and minimally invasive technologies for the marketplace," he added.

"ACIST Medical Systems is a strategic Company for the Bracco Group," said Group President and CEO Diana Bracco, "through which we operate in a highly competitive, fast growing segment of the Healthcare field. We aim to position the Bracco Group as a worldwide provider of solutions for the prevention and diagnosis of diseases, leveraging on our know
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