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Mettler Toledo and PDS Pathology Data Systems Integrate Powerful Solutions for Faster and More Accurate Preclinical Studies
Date:4/19/2010

has a thirty year history of providing preclinical software solutions to a very well-satisfied user base. With worldwide headquarters in Basel, Switzerland and New Jersey offices for North America user training, support and marketing, PDS provides a full product suite of software solutions through its integrated and modular systems, PathData for post mortem activities, ToxData for general toxicology and clinical pathology and ReproData for reproductive and teratology studies.
PDS software is used by 8 of the Top 10 pharmaceutical companies in the world and a global user base from small working groups to global multi-site organizations, CROs, crop protection companies and regulatory agencies. Because they are very flexible, modular and scalable multilingual systems, PDS software is ideally suited for a wide variety of users.

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Mettler Toledo
Lars Mller, Product & Market Manager
Im Langacher, CH-8606 Greifensee/ZH
Switzerland
+41 44 944 27 02

PDS - Europe, Asia, Australia
Reto Aerni, CEO
Lettenstr. 9, CH-6343 Rotkreuz/ZG
Switzerland
+41 41 511 2810

PDS - North America
Arthur C Karakos, Sr VP, Global Marketing
100 Stierli Ct, Ste 105
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856 USA
1 973 398 2800

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