Resonetics, LLC has proudly announced the company’s relocation to a new facility in Nashua, NH. Because of the significant growth of its medical division, the new facility is 50% larger than the previous facility. Further expansion plans call for a doubling again by 2012; therefore, Resonetics has reserved surrounding space to accommodate this future growth.
The new Resonetics facility is located at:
44 Simon St.
Nashua, NH 03060
According to Cliff Gabay, President of Resonetics, “Over the last few years, our company has executed the strategic plan to build a thriving medical device component business, culminating in moving to a new facility to accommodate the growth. We just simply ran out of room.”
Regarding the reason Resonetics remained in New Hampshire and the city of Nashua specifically, Gabay cited, “Despite many attractive options from other States, we chose to remain in New Hampshire because of the tremendous support from the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development and the local towns (Nashua and Merrimack) plus the fact that I could maintain close proximity to the existing Resonetics staff.”
“New Hampshire has a winning economic strategy in place which has made us one of the most business friendly states in the nation and a great place to grow a business,” Governor John Lynch said. “I am very pleased that Resonetics continues to grow and will do so right here in New Hampshire. I want to thank Cliff Gabay for expanding here in New Hampshire, and I want to thank our team in the Division of Economic Development for working with Resonetics in making this new facility possible.”
According to Mayor Donnalee Lozeau, “Resonetics proves that manufacturing can continue to thrive in New Hampshire. Cliff and the Resonetics team leverage the talent found in the Nashua area to design, develop and manufacture cutting-edge products that are shipped world-wide. I’m thrilled that they have chosen to launch their next phase of growth here in Nashua.”
Resonetics is the largest total solution provider of laser micromachining products and services in the world. It is also regarded as having the largest independent plastic (polymer) laser micromachining facility with more than 50 UV-based laser micromachining systems and a medical component fabrication facility.
Laser micromachining is a critical fabrication technology for the manufacturing of medical devices, diagnostics, and a variety of non-medical products as the machining features become increasingly small.
The US-based company has three separate business divisions: the Medical Division, the Laser Micromachining Division (for Contract Manufacturing Services) and the Laser Systems Division (for capital equipment).