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German firm to lease Xerox building in Webster

Rochester Business Journal
March 11, 2014

Xerox Corp. has signed an agreement with German firm TUV Rheinland to lease a building at its Webster campus and manage a 10,000-square-foot electromagnetic compatibility lab there.

Under the agreement, TUV Rheinland will provide testing and certification services to Xerox and the German firm’s own clients. The two Xerox employees working there will stay on as TUV Rheinland employees, the German company said.

The lab provides complete EMC testing services to help electrical product manufacturers achieve global regulatory compliance. TUV Rheinland engineers test for global EMC product compliance on products that range from small home appliances to large industrial machines.

“Xerox’s EMC laboratory in Webster is one of the premiere 10-meter chambers in the world,” said Gerhard Luebken, chief regional officer for North America at TUV Rheinland, in a statement. “The addition of this chamber will benefit our customers by giving them access to the highly advanced testing facilities.”

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