Laserage California recently relocated to Milpitas, CA. The new facility gives us added process capabilities in the region and moves Laserage California closer to Venta Medical, Inc. (a Laserage subsidiary focused on medical device contract manufacturing). In fact, the new facility is right next door to Venta Medical’s 16,000 sq. ft. facility and adds an additional 10,000 sq. ft. of process and manufacturing space.
Milpitas is located within Silicon Valley, at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay. The city has a larger percentage of residents employed in the computer and electronic products industry than any other US city. It is home to a number of leading companies such as Cisco Systems, KLA Tencor, and Sandisk. This location is therefore ideal for expanding our microelectronics and medical component offerings.
More Space, More Efficient Services
The new location provides Laserage more room to work with: With the added space, we have been able to redesign the floor plan so that the machining processes can be carried out more efficiently. This new layout allows us to streamline the production of all our components from start to finish.
The larger facility also gives us room for more equipment and inspection space, which allows for added production capacity. Continuing in the spirit of our Quality Motto — “Focus on Excellence” — we are now able to couple our unmatched laser cutting competencies with industry-leading production speed and quality.
We have always pursued a vision of being recognized as the largest, highest quality, best valued, and most responsive full-service laser processing company in the world. Our new facility is a small but important step toward realizing this vision. Our fleet of more than 60 laser systems and our team of 160 employees now have the ability to work more effectively and efficiently. For Laserage, this move is all about offering industry-leading services to our clients.
Open Door Philosophy
We hosted an open house back in May 2015. The event was a success – it gave guests the chance to walk through the shop and experience first-hand the process of taking raw materials and turning them into useful components.