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CubiScan constructs new manufacturing facility

By Modern Materials Handling Staff
October 12, 2012

Quantronix, Inc., maker of CubiScan dimensioning (cubing) and weighing systems, announces the completion of its new 18,300 square foot manufacturing facility. The new site, which is adjacent to Quantronix’ existing headquarters, includes nearly 6,000 sq./ft. dedicated to research and development, engineering, and technical support. These functions, as well as product manufacturing, were previously located at a remote site.

“This beautiful new building will enhance the way we work with one another and with our customers. It will increase productivity, efficiency and manufacturing capacity, and it reflects our values as a company and the commitment we’ve made to the markets we serve.” says president Clark Skeen.

The new building will support CubiScan’s growing domestic and international business, which now numbers over 6,000 installations worldwide and 15 global distributors.

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