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Instrumentation Laboratory Now Distributing Hemostasis Product Line In North America
Date:6/25/2012

eeded to ensure success," said Ramon Benet, CEO at IL.  "Our exclusive corporate focus on Hemostasis and Critical Care diagnostics has always enabled us to not only deliver innovative and quality products, but also to develop close, consultative relationships in the field with our customers.  We look forward to doing so with our Hemostasis customers in the US and Canada."  

The comprehensive team of field professionals is organized in 9 areas across the United States and Canada, dedicated to Sales, Service and Support.  Introductions and visitations to Hemostasis customer sites were initiated today.  Augmenting the field effort, IL Customer Service is available at 1-800-678-0710, option 2, or at ILresponse@ilww.com to address any questions. 

"For the past several weeks, I have been meeting with customers across North America and presenting our direct business plans for Hemostasis.  The response has been very positive," said Brian Durkin, Vice President, Commercial Operations, North America at IL.  "Customers have complete confidence in our ability to provide them with the highest level of support.  Knowing the group of exceptionally skilled and experienced professionals we have onboard, I can say without hesitation, that we will not only meet, but exceed, our customers' expectations."

IL will honor all customer contracts, including end-user and Group Purchasing Organization agreements.  All current pricing, terms and conditions will remain in effect through the term of any existing agreement.  

Today, IL is the number one manufacturer of instruments and reagents for the Hemostasis market worldwide.  Since the introduction of the first fully automated Hemostasis analyzer, the ACL® 810 in 1985, IL has continuously introduced innovative instruments and reagents to hospital and specialty labs, culminating in the release of t
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