SOFIA (Bulgaria), October 4 (SeeNews) – Bulgarian optics manufacturer Holding Cimcoop announced on Monday that it is building a new plant worth over 7 million lev (4.2 million lev US dollars / 3.6 million euros).
At the plant in the Trakia Economic Zone (TEZ), Cimcoop will manufacture special optical components for industries such as cinema, health, automotive, aerospace, defense and security, the company said in a statement.
The company plans to increase the number of its employees from currently 50 to 120 in the next two to three years.
The new production base is equipped with ultra-precision microprocessor-controlled machines and most of the production processes are fully automated and digitized to increase productivity, predictability and control, noted Cimcoop.
According to a statement, the holding company Cimcoop has a 30-year history in the international optical market. The company develops unique technologies for Bulgaria and the region in cooperation with leading foreign experts. His focus is completely export-oriented on global markets, particularly in France, Great Britain, the USA, Israel, Germany and Italy.
Cimcoop, based in the village of Tsaratsovo in the municipality of Maritsa, is a certified optics manufacturer specializing in customized, high-precision optical IR and VIS components. The company uses technologies such as diamond turning, CNC grinding, polishing and centering in combination with traditional techniques such as pitch polishing. Cimcoop serves a global customer base in markets such as defense and security, aerospace, cinema, machine vision, carbon dioxide lasers, and more, as posted on the company’s LinkedIn profile.
(1 euro = 1,95583 lev)