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SYNERGX OPENS EUROPEAN FACILITY

SYNERGX OPENS EUROPEAN FACILITY

SYNERGX is pleased to announce that it has opened facility in Saverne, France, to better support the company’s growing European clientele.

“With over 50% of SYNERGX’s systems managed through our office in Europe, it was a natural strategy for us to open local facility to better support our clientele,” explained Yves Lallemand, SYNERGX’s European Director and who has over 10 years of expertise in the glass industry. He has in-depth knowledge of glass production processes around the world and for different industries. He also understands the distinct needs of glass manufacturers’ to optimize resources and reduce costs.

“SYNERGX has a long-standing expertise in developing sophisticated inline, non-contact inspection and metrology equipment for each stage of the glass production process. Our proprietary glass inspection technologies, combined with our new office, will help our European clients to greatly improve their productivity, increase production yields, and offer unmatched quality to their end customers.”

Over the course of the next year, SYNERGX will also build a show room and test lab in its European office to showcase its solutions and validate clients’ samples. The entire team is looking forward to expanding the company’s know-how throughout Europe!

For more information, please contact

YVES LALLEMAND

T +33.686.82.74.73
ylallemand@synergx.com

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