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Specialised Imaging Expands Operations

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TRING, England, April 13, 2011 — Specialised Imaging Ltd., a high-speed imaging firm, has announced expansion of its European sales and support operations with the opening of a new German subsidiary.

After six years of representation in German-speaking territories by Bowas Consulting & Universal Trading, the company’s new division will employ staff from its former representative to spearhead an expansion of local support for its product line from a sales and service facility in Munich.

“Germany, Austria and Switzerland are important markets for both our scientific and defense-related products, and our German-speaking customer base has been growing steadily over recent years,” said Wai Chan, managing director.

The new office also will offer system integration and development for all of its products, including ultrahigh-speed framing cameras and specialty optics, and high-speed video, x-ray imaging, lighting and triggering systems.

The company focuses on the design, manufacture, service and supply of ultrahigh-speed imaging systems and components for industrial, military and scientific applications, including materials science, ballistics, plasma physics, high voltage studies, biomedical engineering, fluid mechanics, combustion research and shockwave dynamics.

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Apr 2011
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