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Toni Ventura-Traveset elected EMVA president

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Toni Ventura-Traveset of Datapixel, Spain, has been elected the new EMVA president by the EMVA Executive Committee on 4 May 2012. Ventura-Traveset, who has been a member of the Executive Committee of the EMVA since its foundation in 2003, follows Mats Gökstorp of Sick AG whose term of office had recently ended at the EMVA Conference 2012 in Lisbon, Portugal.

‘The European Machine Vision Association aims to provide excellent support to our members, by providing more visibility to their products, facilitating cooperation with other industries, representing our business community in front of the European bodies, intensifying collaboration with the national associations, and expanding the standardisation activities to foster future growth of our markets,’ Ventura-Traveset said after his election.

On the same occasion, the EMVA Executive Committee elected Dirk Käseberg of Mettler-Toledo Garvens (Germany) EMVA vice president. Pierre-Alain Champert of Coherent Europe, France, was elected EMVA treasurer.

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