Laserax opens new office in Bremen, Germany

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Laserax, a worldwide leader in industrial laser marking and cleaning solutions, announced the opening of a new office in Bremen, Germany. This new location strengthens Laserax’s presence on the European market and offers a new place for customer service and business development. The new office is part of a global expansion strategy, which positions Laserax as a pioneer in laser marking and cleaning technologies, to cover the world’s most potent markets.

Laserax wants to grow its presence in North America and Europe and enhance its capabilities to have local offices close to the leading automotive manufacturers. “A big part of our market is the automotive industry where traceability has become more than a standard, but a requirement,” says Alex Fraser, Vice-President and CTO. “With our inline solutions and exclusive technology, we can take care of that while optimizing the manufacturing process for our clients.”

Laserax intends to showcase its technology and unique offer for the automotive industry at the International Foundry Trade Fair GIFA 2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany from June 25 to 29. “The GIFA 2019 is a great opportunity for us to showcase the performance of our lasers and the added value of our inline machines to the global automotive industry,” says Xavier Godmaire, President. “It’s also the opening of our new office in Germany, which will help us strengthen our global presence and establish new business partnerships.”

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