Resonetics growth leads to new facility

Dec. 29, 2010
Nashua, N.H. – Resonetics LLC has announced that during the spring of 2011, the company will move from its current Nashua facility to a significantly larger facility a short distance away.

Nashua, N.H. – Resonetics LLC has announced that during the spring of 2011, the company will move from its current Nashua facility to a significantly larger facility a short distance away.

The new facility has a footprint that is 50% larger than the current footprint, with a significant portion allocated to medical device component and service manufacturing. The company also plans to double again by 2012 and has reserved surrounding space to ensure expansion.

“It is especially rewarding to our employees that Resonetics is experiencing significant growth opportunities in the medical device market. Over the last few years, our company has executed the strategic plan to focus on medical device components and system business as well as exploding opportunities in diabetes and diagnostics, to name a few. The net result is that we are overflowing in our current facility and we look forward to the new facility to continue executing our exciting growth plans," said Cliff Gabay, president of Resonetics.

The company chose to remain in the Nashua, N.H., area because it would be less disruptive to the employees who played a critical role to the success of the company. “Our core technology is laser micromachining and we leverage our success partly on the talents of our technical staff who have created intellectual property that has put us in this enviable position," said Gabay.

Resonetics has a plastic (polymer) laser micromachining facility with more than 50 UV-based laser micromachining systems and three cleanrooms.

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