Coreco Imaging named one of Canada's top companies

Coreco Imaging, developer of machine vision products, has been named one of Canada's top technology companies by two leading business publications. Canadian Business Magazine has ranked the company in its annual list of top technology companies in Canada based on quarterly sales and earnings figures. Report on Business (ROB) magazine has also chosen the company as one of Canada's Top 1000 companies in its annual list.

09/12/2002


Montreal, Quebec, Canada - Coreco Imaging , developer of machine vision products, has been named one of Canada's top technology companies by two leading business publications. Canadian Business Magazine has ranked the company in its annual list of top technology companies in Canada based on quarterly sales and earnings figures. Report on Business (ROB) magazine has also chosen the company as one of Canada's Top 1000 companies in its annual list.

rapidly changing needs of the machine vision market worldwide.''

Coreco Imaging designs, develops, manufactures, and markets hardware and software for high-performance computer vision applications, primarily in the medical imaging, machine vision, and industrial inspection markets. The company employs approximately 135 people and has operations in Montreal (QC), Vancouver (BC), and Billerica (MA), with additional sales offices in Cleveland (OH) and San Juan Capistrano (CA).


Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor
gmintchell@reedbusiness.com





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