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General Inspection Secures Two-Year Contract with Italian Fastener Manufacturer

August 2, 2012
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DAVISBURG, MI-General Inspection, LLC (Gi) has just locked in a large sale with an Italian manufacture of fasteners. The contract includes six Gi-360 sorting machines, all with Gi’s new Axial View camera and two machines with Eddy Current. The six machines will be built at Gi’s facility in Davisburg, MI, and shipped out three months apart, stretching the contract into 2014. This sale is one of the largest in company history to the fastener industry.

General Inspection manufactures a gauging, sorting, and inspection systems Incorporating laser, eddy current, vision and acoustic technologies for dimensional measurement, determining metallurgical defects as a method for achieving zero defects.

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