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LONGUEUIL, QC, July 24 /CNW Telbec/ - Clemex Technologies inc.
(TSX Venture: CXG.a) announces today that it has sold and delivered five
automated image analysis systems to three prestigious North American
Universities for a total amount of over $250,000. One instrument was sold to
Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research of McMaster University, Hamilton
Ont., a Centre of Excellence, another one was sold to to Southwest University
in San Antonio, Texas, and three instruments were sold to University of
Toronto, Materials Engineering department, which already owned a Clemex
Clement Forget, President and CEO of Clemex Technologies commented,
"Clemex image analysis systems are excellent instruments for Research and
Educational purposes thanks to their extreme flexibility and
user-friendliness. Clemex is present in most Materials Science departments of
prestigious Universities across North America as well as in many Corporate and
Government Research Centers. Our reputation is excellent amongst these clients
and we have become, over the years, the reference for automated image analysis
solutions for research in Materials Science."
About Clemex Technologies, Inc.
Clemex Technologies Inc. develops, manufactures and markets image
analysis systems and software used by quality control and research microscopy
laboratories. Clemex's customer base spans over many countries in America,
Europe, Asia and encompasses major Research and Development Centers,
prestigious Universities and large manufacturing industries in various fields
including automotive, aerospace, raw materials manufacturing, pharmaceuticals,
mining and other sectors.
About Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research.
The BIMR is an interdisciplinary research organization with the mandate
to develop, support and co-ordinate all materials research-related activities
at McMaster. The facilities of the Institute and its pool of expertise are
also available to industry and organizations that require assistance with
materials research and development or material analysis. Its membership of 123
faculty members is drawn from 13 departments in the Faculties of Science,
Engineering and Health Sciences and several Canadian and International
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adequacy and accuracy of this news release.
For further information:
For further information: Clément Forget, (450) 651-6573, firstname.lastname@example.org