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New members join UKIVA

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Two new members, Olmec-UK and Edixia UK, have joined the UK Industrial Vision Association (UKIVA), a Special Interest Group of the Processing and Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA).

Edixia UK is a manufacturer of innovative vision inspection systems for the food and beverage industries. Designed for use from processing to final packaging, the inspection solutions focus on consumer safety, regulatory commitments and perfect product presentation. Applications include checking for seal contamination, conformity of closures, quality checking of screen-printing, checking of label positioning, optical character verification and recognition and reading of variable markings such as sell by dates and codes.

Olmec-UK has a team of professional, creative engineers with expertise in vision systems, mechanical and control systems and whose customers span medical, healthcare, food, automotive, and personal health and hygiene industries. Olmec's core business is the supply and installation of high performance OEM vision systems into existing, new and OEM machinery processes.

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