Opening day ceremonies in Almada Portugal on September 20th to include live stream broadcast
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - September 13, 2018) - Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (TSXV: YNV) (the "Company"), a company that specializes in creating ultra-low power, dynamic displays in printed electronics, is pleased to announce the opening of a new production and customer training facility. The new sheet-to-sheet production line will enable ynvisible to produce electrochromic devices for orders in the hundreds of thousands of unit per production run for products such as smart labels and Internet of Things devices. The new site will also act as a training facility for clients and distribution partners learning to design and produce with ynvisible's proprietary technologies.
ynvisible will mark the official launch of operations at the new facility with an opening ceremony that will take place on September 20, 2018 in Almada, Portugal. Events of the day will include demonstrations of ynvisible's technologies in various end applications, introduction to the production line, and an overview of the facility. There will also be a livestream for this event, beginning at 8am PST/11AM EST on Thursday, September 20, 2018. The livestream will be available on ynvisible's Youtube channel. You can find the direct link for viewing the livestream at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fzwed81RosI
"We're extremely excited to announce the opening of our new production and customer training facility in Almada Portugal. We outgrew the previous production line, and this new facility will allow us to respond to higher volume end client requests. Also having a facility where we can train our clients and partners to work with our proprietary technologies is important for accelerating the commercialization of our electronic displays in a wide range of end applications." said ynvisible COO, Dr. Inês Henriques. "We look forward to hosting those who are interested in ynvisible's progress both in person and worldwide. The live stream is a wonderful chance for us to demonstrate this new facility and share our progress with people across the globe." Henriques added.