BOFA International was named BDO Mid-Market Company of the Year in February at the Southampton firm’s gala dinner at St Mary’s Stadium in Southampton
Two senior appointments have been announced by Illinois-based BOFA Americas, the USA subsidiary of BOFA International, to meet increasing demand for the company’s fume and dust extraction technology
BOFA International is continuing its upward curve into 2018 with two new appointments
BOFA is introducing the AD 4000 iQ unit to meet the evolving extraction needs of the laser sector
BOFA International, a fume and dust extraction technology firm, is expanding its reach in Europe by opening new offices in Hamburg, Germany
Kevin Bamford has been appointed the new Operations Director at Poole-based BOFA International, the award-winning world leader in industrial process fume and dust extraction technology
Poole-based BOFA International, has appointed Haydn Knight as director of sales and marketing
Bofa International, a leading manufacturer of fume and dust extraction technology for laser processes, has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise (Innovation) in its 30th anniversary year
BOFA, the award-winning global market leader in fume extraction solutions has introduced two new ‘performers’ to its comprehensive range of units for the laser industry, featuring the revolutionary iQ operating system.
Available to order from January 2015, the AD 2000 iQ and AD Oracle SA iQ models are the latest BOFA products to incorporate the innovative class-leading iQ system which has received wide industry acclaim since its launch two years ago.
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