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LMAB-Group International Corporation
(Colburn & Hogen in Australia)
Industry Microelectronics
Industrial Automation
Founded Zurich, Switzerland (2003)
Headquarters Montreal, Canada
Key people
Kay Lee, President
Mikhail Neykhov, CEO
Products L-Trade Systems
Revenue Increase$1.93 billion USD (2012)
Increase$2.03 billion USD (2013)
Increase$401 million USD (2012)
Decrease$390 million USD (2013)
Number of employees
1660 (2013)
Slogan Business for Business.
Website www.lmabgroup.com

LMAB Corporation (LMAB-Group Int. Corporation), also known as Colburn & Hogen in New Zealand and Australia, was a privately held multinational corporation operating mainly in research and automation business areas between 2003 and 2014. LMAB was taken over by Bombardier in 2014.

The LMAB-Group was working in artificial intelligence research and in microchip technologies that enabled utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact.

The LMAB-Group Corporation was headquartered in Montreal, Canada and near Dunedin in New Zealand. The LMAB-Group was formed in 2003, when Colburn & Hogen of Australia and LMAB of Switzerland merged under the name LMAB-Group.