Industrial Vision Systems expands production facilities

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Industrial Vision Systems has completed the expansion of its purpose-designed building for production and vision engineering. The addition to the engineering facility significantly increases the production capacity and improves the overall emphasis of providing quality vision solutions to end users, systems integrators and OEM customers alike. The investment will nearly double the current building size and will enable the company to triple production capacity.

The expansion is fuelled by continued growth across all areas of the business including vision solutions into the medical devices, food, printing, packaging and pharmaceutical sectors.

'With the release of our new NeuroCheck 6.0 we will see continued growth in our business as new users and industries adopt NeuroCheck as an industry standard system for machine vision solutions,' commented Christian Demant, director of Industrial Vision Systems. 

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