The order amounts to $600,000 and is to be delivered this year, the Israel based company said.
“This order is a significant and successful step in broadening our penetration of the apparel market in Asia. It represents the first of what we believe will be many more future orders from this customer. It also gives us an important reference in Thailand to further penetrate the huge textile market in Asia,” Sam Cohen, CEO of EVS, said.
The broad portfolio offered by EVS includes automatic state-of-the-art inspection systems for both in-line and off-line applications, and process monitoring systems used to improve product quality, safety, and increase production efficiency. EVS' systems are used by over 800 customers, many of which are leading global companies. (RKS)
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