Viscom posts rise in incoming orders

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Viscom, a provider of automatic optical inspection systems in the electronics industry, has recorded a 32 per cent increase in revenue during the first six months of 2010 compared to the same period last year. The company has also reported an 88 per cent rise in incoming orders.

'The high volume of incoming orders in the Asian region, which at around EUR 4.6 million has already returned to pre-economic crisis levels, is very promising. This is especially pleasing, as it also confirms our strategy,' said Volker Pape, executive board member and co-founder of Viscom.

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