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Haemonetics(R) Appoints Peter Allen as Chief Marketing Officer
Date:3/11/2008

BRAINTREE, Mass., March 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Haemonetics Corporation announced today the appointment of Peter Allen to the newly created position of Chief Marketing Officer. In this position, Mr. Allen will assume responsibility for global marketing of Haemonetics' full product portfolio in addition to his current responsibilities as President, Donor Division.

Brian Concannon, Chief Operating Officer, commented, "Pete Allen was an architect of our strategic vision to be the global leader in blood management solutions for our customers. He has established strong relationships with our customers and gained keen insight into customer needs and market trends. We are pleased that he will be leading Haemonetics' marketing strategy as we leverage the Haemonetics brand in our expanding markets."

Through its blood management solutions offerings, Haemonetics markets to hospitals, blood banks, and plasma collection customers. Haemonetics' marketing efforts support improving patient care as it relates to blood transfusions while simultaneously reducing total healthcare costs.

Mr. Concannon added, "Haemonetics is uniquely qualified to offer a full suite of business solutions related to blood management. We are the only company that operates across the blood supply chain from the blood donor to the patient transfusion. As importantly, we are the only company that offers the depth of products, through our devices, services, and software solutions, required to truly meet our customers' blood management needs. Under Pete Allen's leadership, we will drive a cohesive, global message of blood management solutions for our customers."

Mr. Allen, age 49, joined Haemonetics in 2003 as President, Donor Division. He has over twenty five years experience in health care and medical products. Prior to joining Haemonetics, Mr. Allen was Vice President of The Aethena Group, a private equity firm providing services to the global healthcare industry. From
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