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Luminator-TwinVision open new repair, service facility

Posted on June 4, 2013

Luminator-TwinVision announced the grand opening of its TwinVision Repair and Service facility in Dallas.

The TwinVision manufacturing facility was recently opened and hosted its first on-site customer. The “state of the art” facility is FAA-certified and has been awarded one of the highest quality standards: AS9100 REVC.

“We are excited to have the TwinVision product line in our portfolio of products”, said Dan Kelleher, VP, sales and marketing, Luminator-TwinVision. “It is our full intent to provide the latest technology and superior service to all our customers.” 

Luminator-TwinVision, based in Texas, employs over 270 personnel delivering the latest in LED/LCD display technology for the transit industry.

The TwinVision product line provides LED displays under the Smart Series amber, silver and chroma families.

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