Code moves European headquarters to Bodegraven, the Netherlands

Code, the designer and manufacturer of image-based barcode readers, has relocated its European headquarters to Bodegraven, The Netherlands, to support its expansion plans across EMEA and its growth in the healthcare, retail and manufacturing sectors.

The new EMEA HQ provides European customers with a centrally located, multi-lingual support centre providing a range of customer services, as Rene van Mourik, Sales Director, EMEA & APAC explains. "Being close to our customer base is essential for us to maintain the levels of support that we are committed to providing. Our new location permits us to deliver pre and post-sales support, order processing and technical assistance in a timely manner allowing for a closer relationship with our channel partners and their end user community."

Van Mourik added, "It is part of our drive to revolutionise the customer experience and provide service that leverages the enormous range of applications that our product suite of image-based barcode reading systems can enable."

The Bodegraven EMEA HQ is situated within the Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Utrecht triangle ensuring excellent distribution paths throughout northern, central and southern Europe.  The relocation follows opening the addition of key additional personnel that are enabling Code to provide a full sales and service operation right across Europe, Middle East & Africa.

About Code

Code designs, develops and manufactures automatic identification and data collection devices, accessories and application enablement systems. Code's compact portable products provide 'plug and play' input of data from barcodes and advanced 2D symbols. Cordless systems utilize enhanced Bluetooth radios as well as optional FIPS 140-2 certification. Code provides reading and decoding of all open barcode symbologies. While committed to open symbology support, Code also offers its proprietary GoCode symbology for secured data applications. Code's worldwide headquarters are located in the Salt Lake City, Utah metropolitan area. For more information, go to:

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