AVT completes integration of VDS Vosskuhler

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VDS Vosskühler has now become a branch office of the Stadtroda-headquartered Allied Vision Technologies as of 1 September 2011 since its acquisition by AVT.

Not only are VDS Vosskühler's Osnabrück facilities and staff maintained, but they will also be expanded. 'With the acquisition of VDS Vosskühler, Allied Vision Technologies has gained a deep knowledge in specific camera technologies such as infrared and high-speed imaging. Our goal is to build on this solid basis and expand our business in these areas,' commented Frank Grube, president and CEO of AVT.

Sales of the cameras designed and manufactured in Osnabrück will be taken over by Allied Vision Technologies' worldwide sales organisation. Former VDS Vosskühler products will be rebranded and integrated into AVT's camera range shortly. The new product portfolio will be introduced to the public at the Vision show in Stuttgart, Germany 8-10 November.

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