RedLux expands with new office location in Southampton

Sibylle Delaney
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Southampton, UK – RedLux, the UK’s leading developer of optical coordinate measuring machines (CMM), has moved to a new office and factory location to accommodate the company’s recent growth and expanded customer base. The new building offers 13,000 square/feet and will accommodate up to 65 employees from growing engineering, sales and marketing teams. The expansion is driven by an increase in demand for its leading metrology systems from clients in mission-critical and technically advanced industries around the world.

“This move represents an exciting and pivotal time for RedLux,” said Christian Maul, CEO of RedLux. “We have recently seen a significant increase in demand for our optical coordinate measuring machines, particularly with global Orthopaedic and Automotive Engineering companies. We rapidly ran out of space in our previous location and the new premises will allow us to keep pace with the demand for our systems, and also provide the much-needed office and lab space for our staff. Despite an uncertain political and economic climate, we’re delighted to be delivering one of the success stories for British engineering.”

The company has taken occupancy in the new premises from July 2017, the new address is:

RedLux

Unit 5, The Quadrangle,

Abbey Park Industrial Estate.

Romsey, SO51 9DL, United Kingdom

About RedLux

RedLux is a developer of optical coordinate measuring machines. Its compact systems provide fast, ultra-precise measurements that are rich in data and can accurately capture the details of any geometry of component in any material. RedLux non-contact metrology systems give better control of quality, throughput and cycle times ensuring that the data is there when needed to make better critical decisions. For more information go to: www.redlux.net

RedLux expands with new office location in Southampton

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