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SICK Opens New Office in Baltimore

August 14, 2008
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MINNEAPOLIS -- SICK, a manufacturer of sensors, safety systems, machine vision, and automatic identification products for factory and logistics automation, announced the opening of a new facility in Baltimore to better serve the postal industry. This new office, which includes a showcase room for on-site customer and partner visits, houses a fully-equipped conveyor loop highlighting SICK’s expanding line of solutions. This new office will allow SICK to further invest in both new and existing opportunities.

In addition to a new facility, SICK is pleased to announce the addition of Rob Stone, vice president of postal solutions and Pat Ryan, project manager for postal solutions. Adding these two strategic staff positions will enhance the strong efforts made by the existing SICK team.

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