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Mayor of Zoetermeer Officially Opens New Office LG Sonic

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On the 12th of March 2015 the Mayor of Zoetermeer, Charlie Aptroot, officially opened the new office of LG Sonic. The grand opening was a great success and several honoured partners attended the opening.

After a welcome by LG Sonic, Mayor of Zoetermeer, Charlie Aptroot gave a speech about the company and its growth. The speech of Mayor Charlie Aptroot ended with the official ribbon cutting ceremony. After the official opening we continued with a company tour and demonstration of the MPC-Buoy, our latest innovation to control algae on large water surfaces. After the company tour, the general manager of LG Sonic, Yousef Yousef, gave a speech about the history of the company and the developed innovations. The day ended with a networking reception. The grand opening was a great success and we would like to thank our partners for attending.

LG Sonic relocated its headquarters to accommodate its growth as a result of the successful development of the MPC-Buoy, a solar-powered platform to control algae with the use of ultrasound technology. The MPC-Buoy has a treatment range of 500 meter in diameter and is especially designed for the treatment of algae in large water surfaces such as drinking water reservoirs, lakes and reservoirs of power plants.

The new building of 2.148 square meters is located at the Radonstraat 10, Zoetermeer and comprises a product showroom, laboratory and enough office space for continued company growth.

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