News | October 19, 2009

Hologic Expands Operations to Asia Pacific Region

October 20, 2009 - Hologic announced the opening of its new Asia Pacific regional offices and the Hologic Asia Pacific Center for Health Sciences Education in Hong Kong.

Sales, product support, training, R&D, logistics, health sciences education, and service for Hologic's breast health, diagnostics, GYN surgical, and skeletal health businesses for the Asia Pacific market will be coordinated from the new facility. Company officials joined country and local leaders, customers and medical luminaries for an opening ceremony at the new facility dedication in the Hong Kong Science Park.

Commenting on the new facility, Jack Cumming, Hologic chairman and chief executive officer said, "This new regional headquarters is another step in our drive to leverage complementary, best-in-class products and technologies to better meet local market needs while driving enhanced growth and value creation for Hologic, our dealers and their customers. With this new facility, we can now offer, in one location, training and educational programs for doctors, radiologists, cytologists, technologists, and application and service support personnel for all our product lines. The investment in Asia is another positive step in Hologic's strategic initiative to expand its international footprint with future plans for regional centers in India and South America."

For more information: www.hologic.com

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