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Vision company expands headquarters

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Allied Vision Technologies is doubling its production facilities at its headquarters in Stadtroda, Germany. Work began this April, and the facilities should be ready to meet Allied Vision’s growing customer demand in November.

‘We do not simply intend to produce more cameras, we also want to ensure that customer satisfaction with regard to our short delivery times is maintained at the same time as increasing our production volumes,’ explained Frank Grube, CEO of Allied Vision.

The company has already grown a huge amount since it was founded in 2002, having expanded from a workforce of 34 in 2002 to 80 today, with a turnover of more than 20m Euros. It has already experienced widespread success in Europe, and hopes to receive additional orders from Asia and the US, where it has opened a new subsidiary, in the near future.

Its current production and warehouse facilities are running at full capacity day and night, and will expand by 1,000m2 over the next year

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