Lumenera expands manufacturing facilities in response to market demand

Digital camera and imaging solutions manufacturer Lumenera (Ottawa, ON, Canada) will expand its manufacturing facility in Ottawa to meet market demand for custom and OEM cameras in the scientific, industrial and surveillance markets.

Increased orders for Lumenera’s customized camera services are said to be the driving force behind the expansion. The new development will increase manufacturing space by 70% and boost camera production by 23%, further reducing turnaround times.

Expansion is due to be completed early this month.

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MARKET DEMAND DRIVES LUMENERA CORPORATION TO EXPAND MANUFATURING FACILITIES BY 70%

Digital camera production to increase by 23%

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – November 30, 2010 – Lumenera Corporation, www.lumenera.com, a leading manufacturer and developer of high performance digital cameras and custom imaging solutions for scientific, industrial and surveillance markets, is proud to announce the expansion of its manufacturing facility in Ottawa, Ontario to meet market demand for custom and OEM cameras.

Increased orders for Lumenera’s customized camera services are the driving force behind the expansion. The new development will increase manufacturing space by 70% and boost camera production by 23%. This will further reduce the already short turnaround times Lumenera offers.

The state-of-the-art facility will feature measures to ensure Lumenera continues to exceed the highest level of quality standards in digital cameras.

“The expansion of our camera production facilities is a testament to Lumenera’s continuous growth and development,” stated Rob Sample, Manufacturing Manager, Lumenera Corporation. “We are excited to ramp up production and further improve our efficiency and turnaround times to ensure customer satisfaction.”

Expansion is due to be completed in early December 2010. For more information please visit www.lumenera.com or contact Lumenera at info@lumenera.com.

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Posted by Lee Mather

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