Alexander Pil
27 November

Nearfield Instruments has secured Series-B funding with participation from Eugene Investment & Securities and Scylla Technologies acting as general partners of the Eugene-Scylla NFI New Technology Business Investment Fund, and existing investors Innovation Industries and Samsung Venture Investment Corporation. How much new capital the Rotterdam-based company received, hasn’t been announced.

Nearfield Instruments will soon deliver its first commercial metrology system to its launching customer. Credit: Nearfield Instruments

Nearfield Instruments will use the financing to introduce its first machine on the market: a [high-throughput metrology system] (https://mechatronicamachinebouw.nl/artikel/goede-systeemengineering-uurt-balans-en-focus/) (link in Dutch). Moreover, the fresh capital enables the company to grow its production capacity and initiate the development of the second metrology product in its portfolio.