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Applied Vision opens office in Dubai

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Applied Vision, a provider of machine vision inspection systems for the container manufacturing industry, has opened an office in Dubai.

'Our pledge is to provide optimal pre- and post-sale support, no matter where the customer is located,' said Bud Patel, vice president of sales for Applied Vision. 'With nearly 20 global locations including Dubai, Applied Vision is deeply committed to exceptional service at the local level. When necessary, we can dispatch a service engineer to the customer's facility within hours.'

Customers can further benefit from Applied Vision's preventive maintenance programme which includes a site visit every six months for routine cleaning, calibration and refresher training on all systems. In addition, remote monitoring and diagnostic services are available.

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