Jenoptik opens application center in Silicon Valley

Jan. 8, 2018
The center will serve as a hub to integrate competencies from other development centers of Jenoptik worldwide. 

IMAGE. The new Jenoptik application center is located in this shared corporate center in Fremont, CA. (Courtesy Jenoptik)

Jenoptik (Jena, Germany) has opened a Silicon Valley office to enhance customer proximity and leverage growth in the U.S. The new office in Fremont 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. “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.”

With more than 30 facilities worldwide and eight offices now in the U.S., Jenoptik continues to realize growth in markets including life science, medical systems, laser material processing, the semiconductor manufacturing equipment industry, and silicon photonics.

Source: Jenoptik

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