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Hübner to Distribute Azur Light Products

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Imaging tool provider Hübner Photonics has been appointed by fiber laser developer Azur Light Systems to distribute their products in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Nordics.

Hübner Photonics’ laser technology company, Cobolt AB, will distribute the products in the Nordics. Azur Light Systems manufactures high-performance, single-frequency, high-power continuous wave fiber lasers and amplifiers, complementing Hübner’s laser product range. “The ALS product line is aligned with our current portfolio, ensuring our customers will benefit from being able to source a broader range of high-performance lasers, in turn leading to a prosperous relationship between Hübner Photonics and ALS,” said Ingolf Cedra, CEO of Hübner Photonics.

Nicholas Traynor, CEO of ALS, said "Hübner  and Cobolt have proven expertise and experience in the scientific and industrial markets of interest to us, [and] this relationship should help enable significant commercial acceleration in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Nordics.”

Hübner Photonics is a provider of tools and solutions for advanced imaging, detection and analysis. Azur Light Systems develops innovative high-power fiber laser and polarization-maintaining fiber optical amplifiers.

Photonics Spectra
Jan 2018
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