II-VI opens service center for laser processing heads in Suzhou, China

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II-VI Incorporated has announced the opening of a service center for laser processing heads in Suzhou, China

The center is dedicated to servicing II-VI’s customers in China for laser cutting and welding heads. The service center is fully equipped with clean rooms, maintains a large stock of spare parts and is supported by a dedicated staff of laser processing head specialists and service technicians.  

“We are committed to providing our customers in China the highest quality of service, including strong technical support in the Chinese language and rapid turnaround time for spare parts,” said Dr. Robert Kuba, Managing Director, II-VI HIGHYAG. “With our service center in Suzhou, our customers across China can rest assured that they have access to a team of specialists dedicated to keeping their production lines running smoothly.”

II-VI’s broad portfolio of state-of-the-art products for laser-based materials processing includes laser processing headslaser light cableslaser optics and direct diode laser engines.

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