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Applied Vision systems selected for can manufacture plants

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Applied Vision, a provider of machine vision inspection systems for the container manufacturing industry, has signed an aggreement to provide inspection systems for 11 new can manufacturing plants in 10 countries. Each plant will install multiple Applied Vision systems to inspect everything from the quality of ends to decoration accuracy. Major can manufacturers, including CanPack, Crown, Impress and Rexam, are among the backers of the new projects located across the globe in Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East.

'When building a new plant, canmakers want to integrate the latest and best technology so they can truly further their production output and quality capabilities,' said Bud Patel, vice president of sales at Applied Vision. 'We have proven time and again that we not only offer the most accurate, advanced technology in the industry, but also provide the service and support that helps get the new plants up and running quickly and efficiently.'

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