Matrix expands its matrix

Share this on social media:

Munich-based Matrix Technologies, a supplier of automated in-line x-ray inspection systems for industrial applications, has announced the establishment of a new production and service subsidiary, Matrix Inspection Systems, in Singapore.

The majority of Matrix’ high-speed AXI system installations in Asia are currently located in China, Japan and South Korea at an Asian customer base from the consumer electronics, EMS and automotive industry.

Solely in China, Matrix successfully completed approximately 50 system installations at four large production sites during the last year.

Since the beginning of 2012 and mainly driven by a significant increase in Asian demand for its high-speed Automated X-ray In-line (AXI) system solutions, the production of Matrix’ X2/X3 system series for further distribution to Asian end customers has been carried out in close cooperation with a Singapore-based assembling partner.

Marc Sperschneider, responsible for Matrix' foreign subsidiaries and shareholdings, said: 'We are happy to announce the opening of our Singapore subsidiary and new hardware assembling platform, which – in combination with our established R&D, software and application know-how provided by our German headquarters – will position Matrix for further growth in the Asian market place which we consider as the key growth market for industrial AXI inspection solutions over the next years.'

Recent News

04 January 2021

The acquisition adds Flir's thermal and infrared imaging technologies to Teledyne's visible imaging capabilities

21 December 2020

Perceptron's 3D measuring solutions complement Isra Vision's 3D vision systems and, together, they offer products for automating key applications along the automotive production line

16 December 2020

Recycleye’s vision system is capable of detecting and classifying items in waste streams, broken down by material, object and brand

16 December 2020

The company increased its forecast from €165m to a sales corridor of €169m to €171m for the current financial year