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SPI Lasers Sells Lamp-Pumped Business to TJS

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Fiber laser manufacturer SPI Lasers UK Ltd. has sold its lamp-pumped Nd:YAG service and support business to laser system manufacturer TJS Inc.

The sale is part of SPI’s plan to remain focused on the fiber laser market.

“Our challenge at SPI Lasers is to continue to increase both the power and peak performance of our fiber lasers,” said Thomas Fehn, CEO of SPI. “The service and support of lamp-pumped solid-state lasers no longer fits with this vision. In order to remain focused on our long-term goals and ensure we remain committed to offering the very best levels of customer service and support, we felt the time was right to sell the lamp-pumped service and support business. In TJS, I strongly believe we have found the ideal business partner to offer outstanding levels of service and support, ensuring customers can rest easy in the knowledge that their lasers will be efficiently maintained and supported for many years to come.”

Headquartered in Denville, N.J., TJS will continue to provide technical support, consumable components, service and repairs for the lamp-pumped lasers from their manufacturing and technical facility in Sanford, Fla.

“Our customers are our top priority, we are confident that we will offer all JK/SPI lamp-pumped solid-state laser customers the very best levels of global after sales support,” said Anthony Molee, CEO of TJS. “We very much look forward to building effective relationships with our latest customers.”

SPI is a designer and manufacturer of fiber lasers for use in materials processing applications. TJS is a manufacturer and supplier of laser systems, laser flash lamps, components, service and repair for the laser market.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2017
Businessfiber lasersSPI Laser UKTJSlamp-pumpedNd:YAGmergers and acquisitionsEuropelasersindustriallight speed

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