Jenoptik opens office in Silicon Valley

Jenoptik, an industry leader in high performance optical systems and healthcare & industry solutions, is pleased to announce the opening of a West Coast office to enhance customer proximity and leverage growth in the US.

The new Jenoptik office, strategically located in Fremont in the Silicon Valley region, will serve the unique engineering and product development needs of the region. Expert personnel will help customers realizing their innovation goals and provide local support. The center will also serve as a hub to connect and integrate competencies from other development centers of Jenoptik worldwide.

“As a result of Jenoptik’s strong growth, we continue to expand our North American operations”, said Stefan Traeger, President & CEO of JENOPTIK AG. “The opening of our Application Center in California will broaden our footprint and enable us to better serve our West Coast customers by giving them convenient access to our wide range of technological know-how, our customized systems engineering and our application solutions experience”, explains Traeger.

With more than 30 facilities across the globe and eight offices now in the US, Jenoptik globally ranks among the industry-leading photonic companies. As a trusted partner, Jenoptik continues to realize growth in a number of markets including life science, medical systems, laser material processing, the semiconductor manufacturing equipment industry as well as the fast growing market of Silicon Photonics. Jenoptik’s capabilities range from development and manufacturing of high-precision optical and micro-optical systems and solutions to digital imaging and customized software solutions.

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