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JoeScan, Inc., a manufacturer of laser scan heads for sawmills and other wood-products applications, announced today that it has moved both its production and management functions to a new location, expanding to a larger space to accommodate current as well as anticipated growth.


Fiscal year 2010 marked a year of explosive sales growth for the companys signature line of JS-20 scan heads, with a 260 percent increase. And FY 2011 has seen a continuation of the trend, with projected sales showing an additional 32 percent growth. In the last two years the company has sold scanners to optimization vendors in the United States, Africa, South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.


JoeScans new facility is located at 4510 NE 68th Drive, Suite 124, Vancouver, WA 98661, which is part of the new 14 Commerce business complex.


Were pleased to be expanding our sales and our facilities, said Joey Nelson, founder and president of JoeScan. Our customers understand that optimization equipment makes even more sense in todays increasingly competitive wood-products market. Were excited to be able to expand our production capabilities to meet their needs.



About JoeScan
JoeScan has been making scanners for the sawmill industry since 1999. The company introduced its popular JS-20 model in 2002, and currently offers JS-20 options including the SX (standard range), WX (wide angle), X1 (extended range), X2 (dual-laser), X3 (triple laser) and MX100oe (outdoor edition).


JoeScan scanners are renowned for their simple operation and rugged durability in challenging mill environments. They feature easy installation, with intuitive calibration and an uncomplicated set-up procedure. Because of their simple and reliable technology, theyre easily adapted to virtually any application or mill configuration.


For more information on JoeScan products, go to www.joescan.com for application examples and illustrations, user feedback, technical and support information, and more.