OREM, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Reflect Scientific, Inc. (OTCBB:RSCF), an industry leader in the manufacture, supply and distribution of scientific equipment and related supplies, announces Image Labs International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Reflect Scientific, has been awarded a contract to provide engineered systems to a leading company in the GPS (global positioning system) data collection business.
"This is another example of a high performance imaging application that fits the skill base of Image Labs. We continue to see a rising demand for our imaging systems, particularly in the area of inspection and quality control. Our engineered systems offer an excellent value added solution for our customers’ needs," remarked Brian Smithgall, managing director, Image Labs International.
About Image Labs International
Image Labs International is engaged in the design, development and manufacturing of scientific equipment in the areas of automated inspection, measurement and material handling. The company operates within dynamic capital equipment markets and has been listed on the INC 500 as one of America’s fastest growing companies. Image Labs International is a wholly owned subsidiary of Reflect Scientific.
About Reflect Scientific:
Reflect Scientific provides scientific products for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical industries and has had consistent year-over-year growth for more than 14 years. Reflect Scientific targets strategic acquisitions that will increase revenue and profits in their primary markets and that will fulfill Reflect's strategic imperative of significant, sustained revenue growth through innovative market need-based products.
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