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Teledyne Imaging opens Tokyo office

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Teledyne e2v, Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne Princeton Instruments are pleased to announce a new combined office space in Ikebukuro, Tokyo. The occasion will be marked with an Office Opening Ceremony on May 22, 2019. Teledyne e2v, Teledyne DALSA and Teledyne Princeton Instruments are part of the Teledyne Imaging Group and are represented by our local Japan entity Teledyne Japan.

"We are delighted to be merging offices with Teledyne e2v and Teledyne Princeton Instruments. Coming together enable us to jointly expand our scale of operation under the new Teledyne Imaging group,” stated Barry Roth, Director of Teledyne DALSA. “Moving ahead as one company focused on putting people at the center of every collaboration experience. Teledyne Imaging now offers an unparalleled portfolio of integrated and intelligent vision solutions that spans sensor, camera, frame grabber, sub-system and intelligent device.”

"It is our common vision that through the sites merging, we can further integrate our resources, share experience, and exchange technologies to continue to offer high performance vision technology, enabling customers to succeed across a vast range of applications and industries,” said Rafael Romay, Vice President & General Manager of Teledyne e2v Professional Imaging. “In addition, its global channel and technology partner ecosystem fosters both innovation and global reach. We're expecting great things in the future from the new and expanded Teledyne. Together we hold a positive view for the potential and outlook of the Japanese market. We look forward to leveraging the combined efforts of the teams under Teledyne Imaging, and utilising the new resources and top talents to further contribute to the growth of the market."