Zygo opens Italian office

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Optical metrology and optical component manufacturer Zygo has announced the opening of a new office in Italy, building upon its extensive network of offices and partnerships throughout Europe.

The Italian office will be led by two new additions to the Zygo team – Marco Pagano (Senior Field Engineer) and Luca Grisoni (Sales Manager) – helping the company to service its growing customer-base in continental Europe.

Zygo continues to foster its global perspective around the provision of highly precise 3D optical metrology solutions and exacting optical components. The opening of its Italian office is in addition to its German office opened in 1999 and growing partner network throughout the United Kingdom, France, the Czech Republic, Turkey, and Romania. This network will assist European companies in increasing the quality of their products and enabling their innovative applications. 

Neil Curtis, DVP Sales Marketing & Service at Zygo comments: “Zygo has a large and highly knowledgeable team of experts in the fields of precision metrology and optics who deliver exceptional results for its customers by constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We’re thrilled to be expanding our presence in Europe. Our new office positions us to be able to grow in the region and provide exceptional service to our customers” 

The firm has a 50-year heritage in the precision metrology and optics manufacturing sectors. From its inception, the company has sought to address challenging problems faced by industry, led by motivated employees driving new innovative solutions from concept to product introduction. Over 750 issued patents have been issued to Zygo scientists and engineers who are actively engaged in professional societies, standards committees, university collaborations, and professional publication activities.

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17 May 2022