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November 16, 1989 | Gregory Crouch, Times staff writer
Disease Detection International of Irvine has been given approval to sell test kits in Sweden that, according to the company, indicate in just seven minutes whether someone is infected with the AIDS virus. So far, the speediest test for acquired immune deficiency syndrome to win approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is one that takes about 90 minutes. Disease Detection said it intends to apply for FDA approval for its seven-minute kit early next year.
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September 6, 1994
Perceptronics Inc., a producer of computer-based simulation software, said it has received a $1.5-million subcontract to produce virtual reality tank simulator systems for the Swedish army. Woodland Hills-based Perceptronics, which specializes in computer-based training systems, will join a group of German and Swedish companies from which the Swedish army has ordered new tanks and training devices.
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BUSINESS
April 14, 1992
A unit of a Swedish shipping concern has purchased a 27-acre site in south Oxnard to build a 47,000-square-foot plant for processing Volvo automobiles imported through the nearby Port of Hueneme. Pacific Vehicle Processors Inc., owned by a subsidiary of Stockholm's Wallenius Lines, is expected to provide 45 jobs when the plant opens in September. The workers will inspect and install accessories on new vehicles before they are trucked to dealers throughout the West.
BUSINESS
April 14, 1992
A unit of a Swedish shipping concern has purchased a 27-acre site in south Oxnard to build a 47,000-square-foot plant for processing Volvo automobiles imported through the nearby Port of Hueneme. Pacific Vehicle Processors Inc., owned by a subsidiary of Stockholm's Wallenius Lines, is expected to provide 45 jobs when the plant opens in September. The workers will inspect and install accessories on new vehicles before they are trucked to dealers throughout the West.
BUSINESS
September 6, 1994
Perceptronics Inc., a producer of computer-based simulation software, said it has received a $1.5-million subcontract to produce virtual reality tank simulator systems for the Swedish army. Woodland Hills-based Perceptronics, which specializes in computer-based training systems, will join a group of German and Swedish companies from which the Swedish army has ordered new tanks and training devices.
BUSINESS
November 16, 1989 | Gregory Crouch, Times staff writer
Disease Detection International of Irvine has been given approval to sell test kits in Sweden that, according to the company, indicate in just seven minutes whether someone is infected with the AIDS virus. So far, the speediest test for acquired immune deficiency syndrome to win approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is one that takes about 90 minutes. Disease Detection said it intends to apply for FDA approval for its seven-minute kit early next year.
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