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Imaging Source opens Munich sales office

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The Imaging Source has opened a fourth sales office in Munich, Germany. The international manufacturer of cameras for industry has existing offices in Bremen (Germany), Charlotte (USA) and Taipei (Taiwan). The sales team for Southern Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Central and Southern Europe will be based at the Munich office.

Rolf Bollhorst, founder of The Imaging Source and managing director, said the company has seen strong growth in the South German and European markets in the past months and has gained a large number of new customers.

The Imaging Source is also increasing its level of support for Halcon and other image processing end-user software and SDKs at its new Munich office. In addition, the new office is offering image processing solutions, software consultation, software creation and professional training services.

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