Geotest Expands Operations, Relocates to Larger, State-of-the-Art Facility
Geotest Expands Operations, Relocates to Larger, State-of-the-Art Facility Irvine, CA (December 12, 2005) - Geotest-Marvin Test Systems, Inc., a global supplier of electronic test equipment for aerospace, semiconductors, telecom, medical, industrial and military applications, announced plans to relocate their corporate offices this month to a new larger facility.
Located at 1770 Kettering in Irvine, Ca., the new building will provide Geotest with the additional engineering, integration, and production space necessary to meet Geotest’s increase in sales volume. The location will also accommodate Geotest’s administrative, marketing, and sales departments.
"With the increase in sales over the past few years, it became imperative to relocate to a much larger facility." said Loofie Gutterman, Geotest President.
"The new facility more than doubles our engineering, integration, and production capacity and will allow Geotest to better support our customers now and in the future."
Effective December 19, the move is part of the company’s overall plan to increase system production and expand their line of PXI instrumentation, mil-aero test systems, and legacy replacement instrumentation.
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About Geotest - A subsidiary of the Marvin Group (Inglewood, CA) Geotest
- Marvin Test Systems, Inc. is a global supplier of PXI and PC-based test products,
systems, and solutions. Geotest's products and systems are used worldwide in thousands
of aerospace, semiconductors, communications, medical, industrial, and military