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BTG

A British pharmaceutical company. It develops drugs for cancer, neurological disorders and other diseases and sells them to hospitals and others. It traces its origins to the 1940s and was founded in its current form in 1991 as the British Technology Group. It is publicly traded and is included on the FTSE 250.

BTG

see BRITISH TECHNOLOGY GROUP.
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BTG, who services more than 3,000 customers worldwide, has an extensive global network with skilled application and service engineers who understand the customers' needs.
BTG creates value by investing in intellectual property and technology development, and in early stage ventures.
BTG is also the manufacturer of DUROBLADE[R] high-performance blades for coating, creping, cleaning and flexo printing, DUROROD[TM] - a smooth rod for coating and size press applications, as well as the CBC (Creping Blade Control) blade holder.