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2006  Fusion of the production facility in Regensdorf and the R&D group and move to
         Buchs in the St.Galler Rhine valley.
1991  Merger of the companies AMREIN and CIS to CIS AMREIN AG Switzerland and            CIS AMREIN SA France.
1984   Establishment of a R&D group for electronics and software applications in the            St.Galler Rhine valley. 
1980  The product range of the AMREIN APPARATE AG was continuosly adapted
         to the  changing technologies.
         In the early 80ths, the sensor product range was extended with the
         development of eddy current based proximity probes. These sensor types
         allowed new solutions for several measurement tasks.
1970  The company expanded with an additional production facility to Wetzikon and
         appeared under the new name AMREIN APPARATE AG. The company engaged
         more than 100 employees.
1960  The company moved into a new building in Regensdorf and started the design
         and manufacturing of turbine monitoring systems used by BBC Brown Boveri
         Corp. , Alstom and other machine manufacturers.
         This step led to the development and manufacturing of line- and dot-
         recorders, sensors and signal conditioning units for the acquisition of critical
         machine parameters like bearing and shaft vibrations, eccentricity, absolute
         and differential expansion.
         Foundation of a representative in France in close collaboration with the
         company CIS (Control Industriel et Scientifique) in Courbevoie (Paris) to cover
         the french market.  
1949   Dr.Werner Amrein established his own company in Zürich with three employees
     and started the design and production of electro-mechanical precision
         measurement equipment for the horological industry.