STEMMER IMAGING successfully closes acquisition of Spanish group Infaimon S.L.
DGAP-News: STEMMER IMAGING AG / Key word(s): Expansion
Puchheim, 11 July 2019
In closing this acquisition, STEMMER IMAGING successfully continues its international expansion strategy. The machine vision specialist is now represented in all key European markets with local branch offices. Headquartered in Barcelona, Infaimon S.L. has subsidiaries in Portugal and locations in Mexico and Brazil. These locations provide a solid foundation to enable STEMMER IMAGING to expand into other countries such as the USA in the future. With the acquisition, STEMMER IMAGING is also underscoring the strategic importance of state-of-the-art bin-picking solutions, an important capability in the context of Industry 4.0 applications which will further strengthen the company's product and service portfolio.
"The acquisition is a gain on many different levels. United under the umbrella of STEMMER IMAGING, together we can respond even more effectively to the changing market requirements and continue the profitable growth in the field of bin-picking applications. In addition, we are now represented in all key European markets with our own locations and specialist staff. Over the past few weeks, we have been working with focus to ensure a smooth acquisition. We are therefore ideally prepared for a swift and successful integration," says Lars Böhrnsen, CFO of STEMMER IMAGING AG.
About STEMMER IMAGING:
STEMMER IMAGING is one of Europe's leading machine vision technology providers for science and industry. With a perfect combination of innovative products, expert advice and comprehensive service, STEMMER IMAGING helps clients solve their machine vision tasks securely with speed and ease. Experienced specialists can be contacted easily and are available to provide europewide advice. STEMMER IMAGING is listed on the Deutsche Boerse Prime Standard (ISIN: DE000A2G9MZ9 / GSIN: A2G9MZ).
|Company:||STEMMER IMAGING AG|
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