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Lab-Forward Trade-In Program

Video   Oct 05, 2020

 

The world needs science to move faster, now more than ever. When more scientists have access to the latest scientific instrumentation, we all benefit. It moves labs forward, which in turn propels the world forward. That is the sole purpose of our Lab-Forward Trade-In Program. We’ve made trading in your current chromatography, mass spectrometry and elemental analysis instruments faster and easier than ever before. We’ve also made it more affordable than ever with deep discounts on the latest technology as well as time-limited special offers on warranties and extended service plans. When you trade in your instruments, we’ll provide you with valuable credit toward brand new ones with flexible financing options. We’ll even accept instruments from other manufacturers. The Lab-Forward Trade-In Program is our way of helping you keep up with the speed of science.

 
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