Code Corporation Set for Major European Channel Expansion

Code Corporation an industry leader in the design and manufacturing of image-based bar code readers, portable data terminals, and software tools for data collection applications today announced that as part of a major initiative to expand its presence within the AIDC industry in Europe, it would show its range of data capture devices at the CeBIT trade fair being held in Hannover, Germany 2-6th March 2010 ( Hall 6, Stand A33).

Throughout 2010, Code will be expanding its channel presence in Europe by teaming with a number of master distributors and their VARs to create distribution based solutions network that can provide all the key elements in the delivery of mission critical applications in some of the most demanding sectors in the data collection industry, today.
The combination of encouraging signs within the European economy along with a drive to new Healthcare legislation in several countries have presented Code with a unique opportunity of expanding beyond our already established customer base in existing and new markets, said George E. Powell, president and CEO of Code Corporation.  Recent consolidation among the legacy AIDC suppliers within Europe also provide an opportunity for Code to bring its well known reputation for outstanding personalised support to partners and end-users in complex applications such as those in the healthcare and governmental sectors.

Code's sophisticated bar code readers help companies improve internal data collection and data exchange with trading partners. Coupling high-definition and multi-resolution optics with flawless Bluetooth communications systems, Code builds ergonomic, portable units for mobile workers in health care, public safety, technology manufacturing, transportation and many other fields.

Code Corporation is known for producing best-in-class applications for reading both linear (1D) and data matrix (2D) bar codes. Products such as the new CR2500 and CR3500 bar code readers use cutting-edge technology to outperform the competition when reading data from curved or shiny surfaces.

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