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UK vision association growth reflects strength of UK vision market

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UKIVA has welcomed five new members: Acrovision, AlphaChase, IDS Imaging Development Systems, Industrial Vision Systems and Scandinavian Machine Vision have all joined in the last few months.

UKIVA chairman, Mark Williamson, said: ‘This is not only very positive for the association, but reflects well on the health of the UK vision industry. Growth in UKIVA membership is generally a positive indicator of the strength of the vision market in the UK.’

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