TIAMA and DAHENG GROUP-IMAVISION form a joint venture in China

Date: 2 April 2015
Source: TIAMA
TIAMA, French based company, leading global provider of process and quality control equipment for Hollow glass is pleased to announce that it has signed a partnership on January 19th, 2015 with DAHENG Group-IMAVISION Company, to create a Joint Venture.

DAHENG Group - IMAVISION, a Bejing-based company listed on the Chinese stock exchange, is a major player in image processing devices and applications with a sales turnover of 600 million USD and 4 000 employees.The group already benefits from a significant experience in building successful partnerships with international leading companies.

Both companies have recognized major synergies by combining Tiama 50 years’ experience in glass containers and Daheng knowhow and expertise to develop new inspection solutions. Chinese glass container volume already represents close to 20% of the worldwide demand. This partnership will help to address not only this fast growing market but also unsatisfied markets for inspection and control machines.

The inauguration of the new premises is taking place on the 26th of March in the joint-venture’s province of Shandong where all the Chinese glassmakers are invited in order to discover this new market player.



contact: marketing@tiama.eu

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Date: 2 April 2015
Source: TIAMA

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