X-ray and CT systems supplier Yxlon to become Comet Yxlon

May 3, 2022

Yxlon’s headquarters in Hamburg, Germany (Courtesy Yxlon)
Yxlon’s headquarters in Hamburg, Germany (Courtesy Yxlon)

Yxlon International, Hamburg, Germany, has announced plans to change its name to Comet Yxlon, effective September 8, 2022. The new brand is said to underscore the company’s long-standing affiliation with plasma and X-ray solutions provider Comet, based in Flamatt, Switzerland.

Yxlon develops, manufactures and markets high-end X-ray and CT system solutions for industrial environments, from R&D labs to production environments, with integrated services based on artificial intelligence and data analytics. It has been part of parent company Comet Holding AG, which unites a global group of technology businesses under its umbrella, since 2007.

“The Comet Yxlon brand represents decades of X-ray expertise and a passion for making new things possible – in line with the motto ‘Led by experience. Driven by curiosity’,” stated Kevin Crofton, CEO of Comet Group and interim president of Yxlon. “The rebranding strengthens our presence and reaffirms our importance with Comet Group.”

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Yxlon’s headquarters in Hamburg, Germany (Courtesy Yxlon)

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