San Marcos, CA – Creative Electron, Inc., a leading American manufacturer of x-ray inspection systems announced today the acquisition of the legacy MXI service business (including services for FocalSpot, Nicolet, and Faxitron* system brands) from Nordson-MatriX-FocalSpot.
This acquisition makes Creative Electron the only authorized service provider for all legacy systems, thus consolidating the company’s leadership position as an x-ray technology and service provider. “Current owners of FocalSpot, Nicolet, and other legacy x-ray machines will now experience the Creative Electron customer support infrastructure,” said Dr. Bill Cardoso, President of Creative Electron. “Furthermore, our growing refurbished business will give customers the ability to maximize the value of their current x-ray machine towards the acquisition of a new TruView x-ray system.“
Creative Electron acquired the complete customer list, all technical documentation and drawings, and the existing supply of legacy service parts and refurbished machines. “We’re confident that Creative Electron’s dedicated and competent team will continue to provide the same excellent level of support to our customers as they have experienced so far,” said Mr. Frank Silva, Business Development Manager North-America with Nordson-MatriX.
For more information about this acquisition and to learn how you can request service for your x-ray machine, please contact Creative Electron at 760.752.1192, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us online at http://creativeelectron.com/contact-us/
* Faxitron CS100 only. Faxitron is a registered trademark of Faxitron Bioptics, LLC
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