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Imatron bags CT orders worth $16 million

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Ultrafast CT developerImatron of South San Francisco, CA, last week announced that itreceived an order for 10 C-150 scanners from Imatron Japan, aprivate corporation formed a year ago to handle sales and marketingof the scanners in Japan. The purchase

Ultrafast CT developerImatron of South San Francisco, CA, last week announced that itreceived an order for 10 C-150 scanners from Imatron Japan, aprivate corporation formed a year ago to handle sales and marketingof the scanners in Japan. The purchase will fill a significantorder of C-150 units Imatron Japan received from a large Japanesehospital group. Coupled with another order from Imatron Japanto refurbish three C-100 scanners, the total value of the agreementsis over $16 million, the company reported. The scanners will bedelivered in 1995 and 1996. Imatron Japan is controlled by a Japanesefirm, Tobu Land Systems, with Imatron and Kino Corp., anotherJapanese company, minority shareholders in the venture.

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