Calmar Laser moves to new facility, doubles space to ramp production

Sunnyvale, CA--Calmar Laser announced the opening of its new corporate headquarters with twice the floor space for its anticipated growth and production ramp in 2011.

Sunnyvale, CA--Calmar Laser, a developer and manufacturer of ultrafast fiber lasers, announced the opening of its new corporate headquarters at 575 N. Pastoria Avenue, in Sunnyvale. The telephone number, fax number, and email address all remain unchanged. This new facility is on the same street as the previous location but provides twice the floor space to enable further expansion in support of the Company's anticipated growth and production ramp in 2011.

Tony Lin, president and CEO, said, "We are beginning to see the benefits of our strategic initiatives that we launched over two years ago. A shift in market focus and innovative technology developments have positioned us well for continued growth in 2011. The new location will provide us with the additional space required to support further product development and allow us to expand our manufacturing facilities."

The Company’s four key product families: Cazadero, Coronado, Eureka, and Mendocino are all manufactured in the Sunnyvale facility. While the Eureka and Coronado lines have been the mainstay of the Company’s revenue over the past decade, the Cazadero and Mendocino families represent the future.

Larry West, director of business development, added, "Our customers are highly enthusiastic about Calmar’s ultrafast fiber laser products. Ultrafast fiber laser technologies enable breakthroughs in medical and microelectronics fields." With a strong focus on biomedical, imaging, metrology, and materials processing applications, these product offerings provide customers with unprecedented performance, reliability, and an attractive cost of ownership model. The compact, hands-off, all-fiber architecture also enables ease of integration for OEM and industrial customers.

SOURCE: Calmar Laser;

Posted by:Gail Overton

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