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Photonic Sense wins Flir's supplier of 2010 award

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Photonic Sense in Eisenach, a company of the Jenoptik Group, has won the Supplier of the Year Award 2010 from Flir Systems AB.

Photonic Sense supplies Flir Systems with a range of germanium lenses for use in thermographic equipment. Every year, Flir presents the best-performing supplier of the year with the award. Recently, Harry Nijssen and Andreas Zickler from Photonic Sense accepted the award from the general manager of Flir Systems, Rickard Lindvall, in Stockholm. The criteria for the selection are delivery reliability, quality, price, technology and development as well as communication.

'The award is the result of the hard work of the entire team at Photonic Sense. The prize is a boost to the close and cooperative partnership between our companies. We are proud to be able to work with Flir Systems, a partner which places equally high demands on fair cooperation,' said Harry Nijssen, managing director of Photonic Sense.

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