Imatron 1994 revenues rise by 34%

March 15, 1995

Imatron, a manufacturer of ultra-high-speed CT systems, reported that sales jumped by 34% and the companyreturned to profitability in 1994 (ending Dec. 31). Revenues last year totaled a record $33.5 million, comparedto $25.1 million in 1993. Profits

Imatron, a manufacturer of ultra-high-speed CT systems, reported that sales jumped by 34% and the companyreturned to profitability in 1994 (ending Dec. 31).

Revenues last year totaled a record $33.5 million, comparedto $25.1 million in 1993. Profits were $2.3 million.

The financial good news is a continuation of positive trendsthat emerged in the second half of 1993, according to S. LewisMeyer, chief executive officer.

"The company moves into 1995 with a strong backlog anda high degree of optimism in our ability to continue growing,"he said.

Imatron is gearing up sales and marketing efforts in the PacificRim, Latin America and the Middle East. The launch of HeartScan,a subsidiary that will manage artery disease risk assessment centersequipped with Imatron high-speed CT scanners, is scheduled forthe first quarter of 1995, Meyer said.