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i2S moves to larger facilities in China

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i2S Linescan will be bolstering its presence on the Chinese market with a larger facility in Shanghai. The move is part of a new strategy to move closer to the Chinese market to serve better the requirements of local customers.

The new facilities should allow i2S to adapt its products to suit the Chinese market. It should also help serve European and American customers who are moving their production facilities to China.

The new office includes a sales force targeting China and a technical support infrastructure that will offer local services and direct support contact.

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