Viscom Expands Sales and Support Coverage into Canada


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Viscom Inc. has partnered with G2 Manufacturing. John Gilby now represents Viscom’s optical and X-ray inspection systems throughout Western Canada.

G2 was started in 2004 to meet the needs of the electronics manufacturing and technical services industry in the Western Canadian market. Based in Vancouver, BC, G2 supports the requirements of the high-technology sector in the largest and most diverse geographic market area in the Americas.

With comprehensive know-how in the areas of camera technology, analysis and evaluation software, parts handling and process control, Viscom’s highly qualified team of engineers develops powerful inspection systems. Comprehensive know-how in optical camera technology and X-ray technology allows achievement of optimal inspection solutions – aligned with customer requirements and developments in production. Viscom 3D AOI, SPI and X-ray systems are used to inspect automotive assemblies, medical devices, telecommunications equipment, military and aerospace products, as well as semiconductor devices.

About Viscom

Viscom AG develops, manufactures and sells high-quality inspection systems. The portfolio encompasses the complete bandwidth of optical and X-ray inspections. In the area of assembly inspection for electronics manufacturing, the company is among the leading suppliers worldwide. Viscom systems can be configured specific to the customer and can be interlinked. The company headquarters and manufacturing location is in Hanover, Germany. With a wide network of branches, applications centers, service support points and representatives, Viscom is represented internationally. Founded in 1984, since 2006 Viscom has been listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ISIN: DE0007846867). For additional information, click here.

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