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Published May 31, 2013
Advanced Vision Technology (AVT), a provider of print process control, quality assurance and color control for the packaging, labels, folding carton and commercial print markets, has announced that Flexcoat, a leading Brazilian labelstock manufacture… Read More »
Published January 18, 2011
The designation promotes AVT’s PrintVision Helios II narrow web 100 percent automatic inspection system. Read More »
Published September 15, 2010
New additions to the Helios II inspection system have been implemented, and more will be introduced in the near future. Read More »
Published November 24, 2008
The sales and marketing efforts of both AVT and GMI will be unified. Read More »
Published May 21, 2008
Advanced Vision Technologies (AVT), a manufacturer of high end web inspection equipment, has unified the sales and marketing operations of AVT and GMI (Graphic Microsystems Inc.) Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Read More »
Published February 6, 2008
Advanced Vision Technology completed 2007 with a 40 percent increase in revenues. Read More »
Published September 27, 2007
The first evening of Labelexpo saw the emergence of the 2007 winners of the Label Industry Global Awards, presented annually at Lablexpo. Read More »
Published September 4, 2007
Advanced Vision Technology (AVT), a leader in automatic inspection solutions for printing applications based in Hod Hasharon, Israel, has announced the planned acquisition of Graphic Microsystems Inc. (GMI), from Dover Diversified Inc., a subsidiary of Do Read More »
Published May 15, 2007
Advanced Vision Technology (AVT), an Israel based manufacturer of automatic inspection systems for printing applications, is expanding its business and technology cooperation with Mark Andy, a manufacturer of narrow web flexo presses. One result of t… Read More »
Published September 5, 2006
Advanced Vision Technology (AVT) has announced its entrance into the sheet-fed printing market. “The demand for high-end quality and 100 percent fault free products in industries such as pharmaceuticals, cigarettes, wine, cosmetics, and securit… Read More »
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