Hexagon acquires Volume Graphics

Hexagon AB announced the signing of an agreement to acquire Volume Graphics, a market leader in the industrial computed tomography (CT) software industry. Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Heidelberg, Germany, Volume Graphics employs around 160 people worldwide. Subsidiaries in Japan, Singapore, China and the USA, supplemented by a reseller network, deliver its software to customers in more than 50 countries. Volume Graphics will operate as part of Hexagon’s Manufacturing Intelligence division.

 (Bild: Hexagon AB / Volume Graphics GmbH)

(Bild: Hexagon AB / Volume Graphics GmbH)

Completion of the transaction (closing) is subject to regulatory approvals. 2018 sales amounted to ?25m.

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