CCS Europe opens Amsterdam headquarters

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CCS Inc. (CCS, Japan; President – Mr Hiroyuki Onishi), the world’s leading manufacturer of solid-state illumination and photonic solutions, is delighted to announce the opening on 1st January 2021 of CCS Europe Holding B.V. (CCSEH), strategically located near Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

CCSEH will form the EMEA headquarters for CCS and take a pivotal role, providing strategic leadership to ensure future success for European CCS Group companies: CCS Europe, Effilux and newly integrated Gardasoft Vision.

By leveraging the acclaimed technologies with industry-leading research, local R&D capabilities, and new partnerships, CCSEH will empower its customers with unique products and unrivalled techniques. CCSEH will also drive the diversification of CCS into new markets, adjacent to traditional Machine Vision applications.

The CEO of CCS Europe Holding B.V., Mr Hiroshi Matsubara, who was formerly President of Ushio Europe B.V. describes the establishment of CCSEH as a key milestone in global leadership. Mr Matsubara said, “The unparalleled expertise and visionary leadership of CCS Group drive a relentless obsession with customer satisfaction. The new EMEA headquarters will maximize group synergy and enable CCS to deliver pioneering, creative propositions which add huge value in the machine vision industry.”

CCS Group will enhance its global presence and enable industrial automation customers worldwide to see all that must be seen.

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