Resolve Optics posts record sales with 25% increase

The company delivers thousands of custom lens assemblies per year.

Resolve Optics has reported record sales for its fiscal year due to strong sales of optical components. (Image credit: Resolve Optics)
Resolve Optics has reported record sales for its fiscal year due to strong sales of optical components. (Image credit: Resolve Optics)

IMAGE: Resolve Optics has reported record sales for its fiscal year due to strong sales of optical components. (Image credit: Resolve Optics)

Resolve Optics (Chesham, England) reported a 25% increase in sales for its financial year ending 30 June 2018. Founded in 1992, Resolve Optics specializes in development and manufacture of OEM custom optical assemblies for both small and large high-technology businesses. The company delivers thousands of custom lens assemblies per year--from complex high-speed imaging lenses and material sorting inspection lenses, to radiation resistant lenses for critical medical and nuclear applications.

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Mark Pontin, managing director of Resolve Optics, said, "Our continuous program of investment in state-of-the-art optical assembly and testing equipment as well as skilled staff has enabled us to reduce costs and deliver consistently high quality, top performance lenses to our customers." He added, "Lens innovation also remains an important cornerstone of our healthy business. In the last 12 months we developed a range of exciting new products for customers including an ultra-high resolution aerial surveillance lens and a high definition motorised zoom lens for nuclear inspection. As a result, over the last 5 years our profitability has remained good, infact modestly increasing by around 5% per year on average. Looking forward we predict another year of growth in 2018/2019 and as a result are looking to employ further optical assembly engineers."

SOURCE: Resolve Optics; https://www.resolveoptics.com/category/news/

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