Increasing demand has e2v doubling linescan camera production capacity

e2v  has responded to increased demand within the linescan camera business by increasing its temporary workforce and implementing new shift patterns that better utilize equipment, which has led to greatly increased productivity.

e2v (Grenoble, France) has responded to increased demand within the linescan camera business by increasing its temporary workforce and implementing new shift patterns that better utilize equipment, which has led to greatly increased productivity.

Positive trends within the machine vision industry have led to significant increased demand for e2v’s new camera products introduced over the last two years.

“Recovery within the machine vision market has been far quicker than everyone expected, generating a significant strain within the global supply chain for camera products. e2v is now in the best position to meet the needs of the market in terms of camera lead times, thanks to our increased capacity utilization and the range of cameras we can offer” explained Cedric Stein, supply chain manager at e2v.

The temporary operators and test lines are already up and running and have already doubled e2v’s production capacity over the last two months.

SOURCE: e2v

Posted by Vision Systems Design

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