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Applied Vision announces 17 per cent growth in 2011

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Applied Vision Corporation, a provider of machine vision inspection systems for the container manufacturing industry, has announced a 2011 company record-breaking year including a 17 per cent increase in shipped product, as well as an expansion that more than doubled the size of its manufacturing facility in Akron, Ohio.

‘Applied Vision emerged from fiscal year 2011 with increased sales and additional manufacturing capacity to accommodate projected growth in the coming years,’ said Manijeh Novini, chief financial officer and co-founder. ‘We continue to be successful due to the hard work and dedication of the exceptional members of our organisation, and plan to broaden our geographic reach and grow our global support networks well into 2012.’

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