AMS Technologies and LEXEL(TM) Laser Division announce Distribution Partnership

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The distribution agreement relates to gas ion laser systems in the visible and deep UV range targeted towards scientific applications in the European market.

LEXEL(TM) lasers feature multiline,single line and single frequency operation lasers which are perfect for scientific research, Universities, Laboratories, customized OEM manufacturing, as well as many other applications. LEXEL(TM) is the product manufacturing division of Silicon Valley based Cambridge Lasers Laboratories, Inc. CLLinc has been a world leader in laser system support, research and design for over 30 years.

"We are more than confident that this new partnership will quickly bear fruit, and that our future and ongoing Laser System customers in Europe will be delighted with our products as well as with the level of local service which they will receive," said Per Skande, M.Sc., Business Line Manager, Laser Systems at AMS Technologies.

"AMS Technologies is a very customer-oriented chain with a long tradition and an extremely extensive service network, and we are pleased to welcome the company on board as a new partner," comments Brian Bohan, Managing Director for LEXEL(TM) Laser Division at Cambridge Lasers Laboratories, Inc.

About Cambridge Lasers Laboratories: For over 38 years LEXEL(TM) products have provided high-quality, reliable ion gas Argon, Krypton and mixed gas lasers at affordable prices to thousands of customers. For further information on LEXEL(TM) Laser Division please visit

We look forward to seeing you at the 21st LASER World of PHOTONICS in Munich from May 13 - 16, 2013. Meet AMS Technologies in Hall B1.301 and our partners in Hall B1.163
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