Adimec designs and manufactures high-performance industrial cameras for OEM’s
worldwide with demanding machine vision, medical, or military applications whose
goal is to be a product leader in their market. The Netherlands-based Holding
company has business offices in Europe, the United States, Japan, and Singapore.
Adimec has been growing even faster than the highly competitive markets in
which it operates by focusing on providing their customers with high-performance,
innovative, and reliable camera products. Based on this strategy Adimec has
increased sales by 25% to 30% annually since its founding in 1992. Adimec’s
past and future success, respectively, will be a direct result of supplying
the world’s leading OEM’s with camera products that surpass their
In order to achieve this goal, Adimec has built its business approach on three
Expertise, insight, and mutual trust are the foundation upon which Adimec and
the customer collectively achieve their goal: excellence in imagery. We believe
that combining one another’s ideas and views is essential to that process.
We add value by offering the right questions to inspire your answers and solutions
to your problems. These open discussions lead to results that make a difference
in the creation of the finished product or imaging solution.
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