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SYNERGX USA opens a new testing facility in Ann Arbor, MI 

SYNERGX USA opens a new testing facility in Ann Arbor, MI 

SYNERGX USA continues its market expansion across North America with innovative non-contact inspection and metrology solutions for automotive, appliance and architectural glass inspections. The team is thrilled to announce the official inauguration of a brand-new testing facility in Ann Arbor, MI. 

During the week-long inaugural activities, SYNERGX USA will be welcoming customers and partners to discover how the facility’s modern infrastructure has been designed to better support them with state-of-the-art glass inspection & metrology services designed to improve their productivity and quality. 

“With this new facility, we are clearly showing our long-term commitment to our existing customer base in the automotive sector and the entire US glass market,” said Kingston Eck, Executive Vice-President for SYNERGX USA. “Our facility is easily accessible to demonstrate the speed and performance of our solutions. We also look forward to leveraging our facility for upcoming product launches.”  

 

SYNERGX USA’s new opening comes on the heels of SYNERGX’s expansion internationally, with sales & support locations in South Korea and Turkey.  

 

For more information or to attend the inaugural event,

contact Kingston Eck at keck@synergx.com. 

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