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IRIS Inspection Machines announces technical appointments

IRIS Inspection Machines has expanded its customer-facing team with the appointment of four multi-lingual experts, who will, the company says, contribute positively to technical growth and development.

RIS Inspection Machines is confident that its latest recruits will contribute positively to the Lyon-based company’s technical growth and development. The inspection solutions specialist has expanded its customer-facing team with the appointment of four multi-lingual experts, all of whom will help IRIS maximize customer service.
Sonia Podleiszekova – Area Sales Manager for North, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, the CIS countries and India – speaks Slovak, Hungarian, English, French and Russian. Originally from Slovakia, Sonia is responsible for maintaining existing customer relationships and for the development of new business opportunities.
Engineer Xavier Courtet has joined the IRIS Customer Service Department to provide installation service and training support to French, English and German speaking customers. Xavier studied at technical universities in France, Germany and Austria and enjoyed his first work experience in the field of design engineering in Canada.
Fluent in English, Spanish and French, Nicolas Granju is another new member of the IRIS Customer Service Department. Nicolas has a master’s degree in technical engineering and spent part of his studies in Valencia, Spain. He has international experience as a project leader in the UK.
Nicolas Naillard is the third newcomer to the Customer Service team. Another engineering graduate, with previous experience in R&D engineering, Nicolas speaks English, Spanish and French and is responsible for providing technical support and trainings for Evolution machines.
A subsidiary of the Wisetec Group, IRIS Inspection Machines was established to provide turnkey inspection solutions for mass-produced glass containers of any shape or colour, including wine, beer, liquor and Champagne bottles, pharmaceuticals and food containers. A team of dedicated Research and Development engineers has evolved a range of equipment to match the industry’s demanding requirements and satisfy the inspection needs of key international customers.
The company has based its development on a long-term partnership with glassmakers in the field of glass defects detection, as well as on an exceptional knowhow in the most innovative vision technologies. The success of IRIS is due not only to the exceptional efficiency of its Evolution machines range but also to the excellent support provided by engineers worldwide. Thanks to a network of international agents and technical support service centres, IRIS is able to support customers throughout Asia, Europe, the Americas, Africa and Australia.

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