Bojar invests in LineScanner

The company BOJAR, placed in Elk – Poland, managing director, Mr. Harasimowicz invested about 1 year ago in LineScanner technology from Softsolution. After this first year of using this great product, Mr.

Harasimowicz says: “We are extremely happy about our investment into LineScanner from SOFTSOLUTION – GlassIQ. Within nearly 6 month time, we have reached our ROI by detecting quality problems in reference to dimensions and defects like scratches, inclusions and so on. That was the right investment and we would do it again!”

600450 Bojar invests in LineScanner

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