i2S Linescan moves to larger office in China
The choice of opening a new fitting office is a new step in the development of our i2S Linescan division and is a response to increased surface inspection activity first in the Chinese and then Asian markets. Our presence on this continent is a strategic choice to have better communication and meet our customers expectations," comments Alain RICROS, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the i2S group, who is in charge of international affairs and partnerships. Our solutions have already been adopted by many well-known Chinese customers (like DAYUAN, YAOLONG) as well as some local factory of multinational groups. This new step will allow our customers to benefit from the advantages of having increased local service, adds Adrien POLY, Manager of i2S Linescan Business Unit and Supervisor of i2S Linscan China.
This new office includes a sales force targeting China and a technical support infrastructure that will offer local services and direct support contact (e.g. demonstration platform, spare parts inventory, etc.).
About i2S Linescan
i2S Linescan is a division of the European i2S group, a recognized leader in the digital vision and image processing markets. i2S Li-nescan designs, manufactures and installs turnkey surface inspection systems. Based on FLAWSCANTM proprietary technology, i2Ss LineScan systems use linear cameras to provide continuous, real-time monitoring, 24 hours a day, during the manufacturing of technical materials such as paper, non-woven products, plastic films and glass. With offices in China and the USA, i2S LineScan installs and maintains its equipment throughout the world. All FLAWSCANTM products can be equipped with a system for automatic surveillance and remote maintenance via Internet.
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