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New US sales office for surface inspection specialists

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Surface inspection specialist i2S Linescan is opening a new US sales office in Orange, Connecticut this June. It is hoped the move will reinforce its position in the American market, by allowing closer contact to customers.

'Our solutions have already been adopted by many well-known American customers like Mitsubishi Polyester Film, AFG, GE. This structure will act as a hub for technology transfer and will have complete business and technical autonomy to adapt our solutions to the American market,'said Adrien Poly, supervisor of i2S Imaging Corporation America.

This new office will include sales reps and a technical support team to provide demonstrations and provide spare parts.

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