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Global sensors provider Interlink Electronics has announced plans to set up its European headquarters in Scotland.
The US-based company will also work with the University of Strathclyde to establish an engineering centre here.
It has plans to add personnel and resources to serve European customers by recruiting an initial multi-disciplinary team of five engineers.
Interlink is establishing a new UK-based entity with the assistance of Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Development International and CENSIS.
Professor Graham Wren from Strathclyde has been providing strategic advice and will help support the company.
Interlink’s plans for Scotland continue the company’s strategic growth around the globe. In California, during the past year, the business has opened a new research and development centre, advanced materials science laboratory and new corporate headquarters.
Professor Wren said: “We are delighted Interlink has chosen Glasgow and the UK as its European base.
“The company has an exemplary record of developing and manufacturing sensor technology; its continuing expansion is a testament to the quality of its technology and its success in the market.”
Steven Bronson, chairman, president and chief executive at Interlink Electronics, said: “The establishment of our new UK footprint in Scotland is a crucial step in growing our business and supporting our important and growing European customer base.
“Expanding our technical presence in Europe will also give us access to a fresh pool of engineering talent from across the UK.”
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