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Invengo opens new office for textile services in France
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Sep '16
Courtesy: Invengo
Courtesy: Invengo
Invengo, a global RFID technology provider and a leading developer of high quality intelligent RAIN RFID (UHF), HF, and NFC inlays, tags, and connectivity solutions, has relocated its French entity Invengo technologies to new office space to accommodate the rapid growth and future expansion plans for its textile services and custom applications business.

Located in La Ciotat, near Marseille in south of France, the new building will host the business units that were recently acquired from Tagsys, focusing on textile services and custom applications. The new office space provides capacity for manufacturing, customer support, engineering, sales and services, and leadership functions across the entity. The new experience centre enables Invengo to showcase its state-of-the-art solutions and products to potential and existing clients, and contributes to the general understanding of the added value using RFID in textile and custom application services.

Invengo Technologies' textile services business features industry-leading RFID tags and stations and an innovative, fully integrated and scalable linen inventory visibility and management IoT platform called ACUITY, specifically designed to provide digital analytics and services to laundry groups and their clients.

Richard Bailly, president of Invengo Technologies said, “We were fortunate to find such a nice and well-served space. We really wanted to limit the impact that relocation could have on our clients and our employees. I don't think we could have found a better location for our team. Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and develop to keep pace with our clients' needs, allowing us to provide exceptional value and superior service along the way.” (GK)

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