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Ambios Technology invested in its future by relocating to a new corporate office.
In an economic time when many companies are pulling in the reigns, Ambios Technology invested in its future by relocating to a new corporate office with nearly three times the amount of space. The facility accommodates the growth the company is experiencing subsequent to the recent release of their new product, the Xi-100 Non-Contact Surface Profiler. The new facilities feature a new ESD compliant manufacturing space conducive to their customer's clean room requirements, an application and engineering laboratory, and expanded executive office space. The location also offers a key space for product demonstrations to their global customer base.
In addition to relocating, Ambios prepares for the growth of sales and higher rates of production by welcoming a new Sales Manager, Mr. Peter Catalano, to the team. Mr. Catalano joined Ambios in September with over twenty years of experience within the Semiconductor Industry. Formerly the President of Semivac Inc., and more recently Vice President at Pfieffer Vacuum Inc., Peter brings the sales and management background necessary in supporting their expanding worldwide market.
About Ambios Technology
Established in 1996, Ambios Technology headquartered in California, USA, is a manufacturer of high performance, low cost bench-top metrology measurement equipment for the academic and general industrial research marketplaces.
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