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SYNERGX Technologies Announces The Move to a Bigger Facility in Laval, Canada

SYNERGX Technologies Inc., a global supplier of automated optical inspection technology for the glass industry, today announced that in order to sustain the increasing demand for its Glass Scan line of products in its core markets, it has relocated its head office, R&D and manufacturing facilities to a bigger location. The new address of the company is now:

SYNERGX Technologies Inc.
2732, Etienne-Lenoir
Laval, QC, Canada
H7R 0A3

Tel: +1-450-978-1240
Fax: +1-450-978-2364

About SYNERGX Technologies Inc.

SYNERGX Technologies Inc. is a leading global supplier of automated optical inspection technology for the glass industry, including photovoltaic, automotive, appliance and architectural glass. SYNERGX also provides systems to the beverage bottling industry. In addition to improving end product quality, SYNERGX systems allow manufacturers to optimize their production processes, improve productivity and manage production yields.
Located in Laval, Quebec, SYNERGX has sales offices and customer support services in Markham, Canada; China; Europe; Thailand, South Korea, South Africa, Australia and Japan.

Laval, Quebec, Canada, September 3rd, 2011

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