Aicon opens North American office

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Aicon 3D Systems, specialists in photogrammetry for industrial 3D measurements, has opened an office in Plymouth, Michigan, USA to support its expanding operations in North America. Headquartered in Braunschweig, Germany, Aicon 3D Systems has existing regional offices in Seoul, Korea and Luxembourg. This announcement represents its first direct presence in North America.

The new office will be headed by Paul Joss, who joined Aicon on 1 January to serve as Aicon’s North American general manager. Joss previously managed new industries marketing efforts for Perceptron. Aicon’s North American office will focus on strengthening and expanding the distribution network for its innovative products in Canada, Mexico and the United States. The new office will also support the company’s existing resellers and customers in the region.

‘Our business has been growing consistently as more manufacturers recognise the unique capabilities and value of Aicon products. North America is a very important strategic market for us and we believe customers there will benefit from increased access to Aicon products,’ said Dr. Werner Bösemann, managing director of Aicon 3D Systems. ‘Aicon excels at complex portable metrology for engineering, testing and manufacturing environments, which makes our products a very good fit for the many advanced engineering, manufacturing and industrial operations that exist in North America.’

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