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Global leader in laser technology Rofin-Sinar UK has rebranded as Luxinar. They announced that this marks an exciting new chapter in the company’s twenty-year history. 

Luxinar Sales Director, Andrew Chambers said​:

The rebranding will allow us to further strengthen our portfolio of market leading sealed CO2 lasers and the new, cutting edge, femtosecond laser.”
In recent years the company has gone from strength to strength and continues to operate from its purpose built factory at the Bridgehead Business Park, Kingston-upon-Hull, where they employ more than 180 staff, in the UK as well as globally, with operations in China, South Korea, Germany, Italy and the USA.

Lasers for industry by Mindmap Productions

Rofin-Sinar UK rebrands as Luxinar and it's been a busy July

Anthony Harford from AURA innovation centre

visits neighbours Luxinar

Innovation manager Anthony Harford at Aura, came to see his new neighbours at Bridgehead Business Park, Hessle to have a look around the state of the art factory and opportunities to collaborate.

Anthony said:

“ A great success, the work that goes on here and the products they have developed, and hearing the volumes of exports is truly impressive. They are world leaders, not just for the people of the Humber region but for the whole country!"

 The Aura Innovation Centre is looking forward to further collaboration with Luxinar in the future.

Phil Winter​ Business Editor at Hull Daily Mail visits Luxinar

Phil was welcomed by Russell Jeynes, Operations Director, who led the tour of the facility, gave an overview of the production, service and engineering departments, as well as a brief insight into some of the ongoing R&D innovations.

Phil Winter said:

“ Safe to say the technology blew my mind. Staggering that so many commuters will pass the building every day, and have no idea of the world-class manufacturing that goes on inside."

Paul Bell Head of Economic Development at East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Liz Johnson Business Development Manager at Hull University were shown the innovations taking place at Luxinar. They  were impressed by the high level of cleanliness throughout the factory, a sterile environment being essential as part of laser production. Both were fascinated to discover that

post production the lasers are shipped globally to a diverse range of industries from fashion to automotive manufacturing,

making Luxinar a key business in the production of lasers worldwide.

Paul Bell said:

"What fascinated me was the use of lasers for the production line, it's phenomenal really in terms of the speed it operates at."

ERYC and Hull University discover