SemiNex Corporation to exhibit at the world renowned Laser World of Photonics

For more information, contact:
Neal Stoker
VP Sales and Marketing
SemiNex Corporation
(978) 326-7703

SemiNex Corporation is pleased to announce that it will exhibit at the Laser World of Photonics Conference in Munich Germany May 13th through 16th.  SemiNex’s booth number is C1.529.

Over 1,000 exhibitors will exhibit as this biennial conference that focuses on the worldwide laser market.  In 2011, companies from 38 unique countries exhibited at the fair with 27,490 visitors from 80 countries.  2013 is expected to be even larger with more visitors and exhibitors.

SemiNex continues to experience remarkable growth in laser sales.  In particular; SemiNex is excited about the new customers in Europe, Asia and South America.  Today, more than 50% of SemiNex sales come from international customers and this trend is expected to strengthen.

At the conference, SemiNex sales and technical representatives will be on hand to meet with current and potential customers to discuss our litany of products including chips, sub mounts, packaged lasers and laser modules.  In recent months, SemiNex introduced several new products including 25 and 50 watt high brightness fiber coupled modules as well as compact laser chips and packages for applications in LIDAR, range finding, illumination and home use medical.  SemiNex will exhibit the compact laser engine which provides customers with a user friendly, high power, cost effective laser source.

Please contact SemiNex sales at to arrange an appointment at the conference.


The LASER World of PHOTONICS trade fair is the most important marketplace and think tank for the worldwide laser and photonics industry and its users.  It combines research and applications to promote the utilization and further development of optical technologies.  Messe München International has held LASER World of PHOTONICS every two years since 1973. The fair was the first event to focus on the sector for optical technologies in the world, and it celebrates its forty-year anniversary in May 2013.  Additional information is available at