Sarine celebrates that Galaxy(R) Systems scanned 30 million gems in one year

2021-12-06 15:59:10 By : Mr. mike chen

The 30 millionth gemstone scanned was a 35.50 carat rough diamond.

(Press Release) HOD HASHRON, Israel-The Main Board of the Singapore Exchange and the Tel Aviv Exchange have listed Sarine Technologies Ltd ("Sarine" and its subsidiary "Group") (U77: SI; SARN.TA) as a leader in global development , Manufacturing and selling precision technology products for diamond and gem evaluation, planning, processing, finishing, grading and trading, announced that its Galaxy series scanning and inclusion mapping system exceeded the milestone of scanning 30 million gems worldwide in one year.

Since it was launched on the market at the end of 2009, Sarine’s internal inclusion mapping technology has been reflected in the Galaxy series system. By maximizing the output of polished diamonds, while speeding up the manufacturing cycle and reducing human error, it has obviously completely changed the planning and production process. . Six years have passed since the introduction of Galaxy technology to the milestone of 10 million gems scanned globally. Only two years later, 2017 was the first year of scanning 10 million gems in a single year. This year’s milestone of scanning 30 million gems in a single year is not only significant in itself, it doubles as an indication that the paradigm is accelerating its adoption, as only 18 and 19 million gems were scanned in 2019 and 2020, respectively.

The 30 millionth diamond scanned was a 35.50 carat rough diamond scanned in Dubai by the Choron Group, which recently joined a fast-growing producer and rough tendering company that uses Galaxy technology as part of its digital sales and outreach strategy Part. So far, the world’s largest diamond scanned on the Galaxy system is a 286-carat rough, with the smallest weighing only 0.013 carats (1.3 points!). Kiran Gems leads all other manufacturers with the most scanned (accumulated) rough diamonds in its facilities, and has processed more than 20 million diamonds since they first adopted Galaxy technology.

Sarine CEO David Block said: “Our employees around the world are delighted to achieve this important milestone. Galaxy technology has become the global standard for scanning rough diamonds of all sizes, qualities and market segments, undoubtedly connecting the industry to our world. Leading Advisor planning solutions are pushed to a higher level of value together. We are confident that our new technology-a high-speed rough scanner designed for use at the source of the mine to enhance traceability and improve internal inventory control, we The unique traceability solution-Sarine Diamond Journey and our artificial intelligence-based electronic grading technology currently in Beta testing will eventually promote the efficiency and consumer confidence of the diamond industry to a new level."

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