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Laser 2000 To Distribute JDSU Products In Scandinavia & Baltic

The new partnership will further strengthen Laser 2000's customer orientated strategy to supply 'customer specific solutions from a single source'
Laser 2000 GmbH has reached an exclusive distribution agreement with the US group JDSU Commercial Laser for Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and the Baltic states.

For over 20 years, JDSU has designed and manufactured laser components and laser systems for a broad range of OEM applications in biotechnology instrumentation, graphics and imaging, semiconductor inspection, micromachining, solid-state laser pumping and remote sensing.

JDSU laser products include Q-switched, mode-locked, and continuous wave diode-pumped solid-state lasers and industrial diode lasers, as well as ongoing support for helium-neon and argon-ion gas lasers.

“We are very excited to cooperate with Europeans leading experts in distribution, a partnership that offers key benefits for both companies," says a delighted Denis Rouanet, EMEA Sales Manager JDSU Commercial Laser.

Ruedige Hack, Managing Director, Laser2000 and Denis Rouanet, European Sales Manager, JDSU

"We consider this partnership with JDSU a significant achievement and we consider them a key supplier in our business growth as we continue to extend our product portfolio of laser solutions across Europe," Rüdiger Hack, Managing Director of Laser 2000 GmbH adds. “With more than 25 years of experience, we guarantee our new partner excellent technical knowledge of products and customer application".

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