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Firstsight Vision to be renamed Stemmer Imaging

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Firstsight Vision will be renamed Stemmer Imaging as part of a rationalisation of the Stemmer Imaging Group's activities throughout Europe, which will also see Imasys in France adopt the Stemmer Imaging name. 

 

UK Director, Mark Williamson, said: 'Firstsight Vision has been part of the Stemmer Imaging Group since July 2004. With offices in the UK, Germany, France and Switzerland we have been working towards a co-ordinated operation especially focusing on technical knowledge transfer and adopting best practices while retaining local product and market flexibility to deliver what is needed in each local market. We now feel the time is right to adopt the same name throughout the group as part of a "One Name, One Company" initiative. The transition will be completely seamless for our customers.'

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