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Specialised Imaging opens German subsidiary

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Specialised Imaging, a specialist in the field of ultra high-speed imaging, has opened a new German subsidiary company.

The new company will employ key staff from its former representative Bowas Consulting and Universal Trading as part of a dedicated sales and service facility in Munich.

Commenting on this strategic move, Wai Chan, managing director of Specialised Imaging, said: 'Germany, Austria and Switzerland are important markets for both our scientific and defence related products and our German speaking customer base has been growing steadily over recent years.'

Beyond looking to better serve customers with direct local German speaking support, the new office will be able to offer system integration and development for all the company's ultra high speed imaging products.

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