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Laboratory software used in oil production

Chinese petrochemical company Sinotec is to use Thermo Fisher Scientific’s LIMS, chromatography data systems, and desktop spectroscopy software to track, store, manage, report and share enterprise-wide data. It is hoped the integration will reduce costs and production time as well as improving quality standards.

After a pilot implementation at the Guangzhou branch, the company decided to implement SampleManager, Atlas CDS and Grams enterprise software throughout its refineries, and chemical and R&D facilities.

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