Vizinex RFID, the industry leader in developing and manufacturing high performance RFID tags tailored to specific applications, recently moved to a new 5500 sq.-ft facility as a result of its growing business and to accommodate the future installation of state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment.
The company moved just over a mile away to 6343 Winside Drive in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Sandra Garby, Vizinex’s VP of operations, worked with Bruce Morris of PFWeiss Realty, LLC to identify a space that fit the firm’s requirements.
“Moving to a new facility was necessitated by our continued growth. Our new space is 45% larger than our old location, and the layout has been engineered to improve efficiency. In addition, we now have the space we need for new, automated assembly equipment that will greatly expand the range of products we can offer,” said Ken Horton, CEO, Vizinex. “While we’re a firm doing business globally, it was important to keep our headquarters in the Lehigh Valley. Our highly skilled workforce is irreplaceable, and we feel this is an excellent region for our continued growth. We look forward to serving our clients more efficiently and with ever improving products, in ways that would not have been possible without this move.”
About Vizinex RFID
With a heritage that reaches back to 2001, Vizinex has nearly two decades of experience providing leading-edge RFID solutions to businesses and governments. Vizinex RFID is a technological leader with a team of experts in manufacturing, quality, engineering and product development. The company’s CTO, Bob Oberle, is the named inventor on 26 patents related to RFID. Since its inception, Vizinex RFID has designed a rapid, low cost development and pilot production process for customers seeking exactly the right tag for their application.
Whether you need an RFID tag off the shelf or one that is ‘outside the box’, Vizinex RFID can help.
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