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InnoLas Spins Off 3 Units
Feb 2009
KRAILLING, Germany, Feb. 13, 2009 – InnoLas GmbH has announced that it has spun off its three business units as independent companies.

As of Jan. 1, the units began operating as InnoLas Systems GmbH, InnoLas Semiconductor GmbH and InnoLas Laser GmbH.

Richard Grundmüller is the manager of InnoLas Systems, which develops and produces laser systems for micromaterials processing with a focus on the production of solar cells.

InnoLas Semiconductor makes laser systems for wafer marking and is headed by manager Andreas Behr.

Reinhard Kelnberger heads InnoLas Laser, which now produces laser sources for scientific measuring applications and, in the future, materials processing.

InnoLas said the reorganization was undertaken “to give legal and organizational expression to a sustained internal process,” during which the three units had become increasingly stronger and more independent. The three companies now must “display their clear-cut performance profiles even more conspicuously in the respective target markets.”

Each company is based at InnoLas headquarters in Krailling and has its own sales, development, production and service divisions. The companies will share international customer service centers in the US (InnoLas Inc.) and in Southeast Asia (InnoLas Southeast Asia).

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