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Stemmer Imaging celebrates 35th anniversary

Machine vision integrator

02.08.2022 - Stemmer Imaging was founded on July 27, 1987. Now the machine vision supplier is celebrating its 35th anniversary.

Arne Dehn, CEO of Stemmer Imaging, summarizes the company's milestones: Accordingly, the introduction of the Common Vision Blox (CVB) software 25 years ago as well as the establishment of the first subsidiaries in England, France and Switzerland from 2004 onwards are among them. Furthermore, he mentions the takeover by the financial investor Primepulse in 2017 including the subsequent IPO as well as the entry into the Spanish market through the acquisition of Infaimon in 2019.

Stemmer Imaging is a supplier and integrator of computer vision technology for industrial and non-industrial applications. In addition, the company develops subsystems for specific tasks. This year, the board is targeting sales of between 143 and 156 million euros, and 200 million euros in the medium term, according to CEO Arne Dehn. In 2021, the company generated sales of 130.1 million euros.

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