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Julian Parfitt joins Scorpion Vision as sales director

Scorpion Vision is delighted to announce that Julian Parfitt has joined the company as Sales Director.

With over 18 years’ experience in the global imaging and machine vision industry, Julian will be heading up the components division of Scorpion Vision, responsible for sales and marketing of the full range of imaging brands.

Paul Wilson, Managing Director at Scorpion Vision commented, “We are delighted to welcome Julian to the growing team at Scorpion Vision. Julian is well known and respected in the industry and brings his extensive experience to the role.”

Julian Parfitt added, “I am very pleased to be on board with the highly professional Scorpion Vision team here in the UK.  We are at an exciting point in time in the Machine vision and Imaging industry with the rapid expansion of new applications and innovations which Scorpion Vision is well placed to serve.  The recent partnership with Hikvision offers yet more potential to further expand our global customer base in both the integrated solutions and component markets and I look forward to driving this growth.”

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