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Technifab opens up new location on the west coast

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Technifab Products, Inc., recently announced a new west coast location to better serve its cryogenic liquid transfer equipment customers.

The additional facility, located near the Bay Area in California, will better assist the company's semiconductor, biotechnology, food and beverage customers.

The new location will also serve all cryogenic equipment customers on the west coast by providing local presence with sales, service, inventory and installation services.

"With our recent product line expansions, we felt many of our customers would appreciate a location closer to their operations," Technifab President Steve Short said. "And with California being a hotbed for companies needing cryogenic equipment, our new office allows us to work even closer with customers who need help planning, designing, or installing their cryogenic system."

Technifab increased its sales force earlier this year in anticipation of the expansion. Sales areas were also realigned for the new office opening.

"It's a natural expansion for us as our customer base on the west coast continues to grow," Vice President of Sales and Marketing Doug Short said.

The new office will be located in Stockton, Calif.

Technifab Products, Inc., has designed, manufactured and installed standard and custom cryogenic equipment for more than 17 years. It designs and manufactures a complete line of vacuum jacketed pipe, cryogenic liquid transfer hoses, valves, standard and custom dewars, cryogenic phase separators and liquid nitrogen injectors.

Technifab products are used to deliver cryogens like liquid nitrogen, helium, argon and oxygen to the aerospace, electronics, semiconductor, food and beverage, medical and pharmaceutical industries.

For more information on Technifab, call 442-0520 or visit the company's website at www.technifab.com.

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I hate to see them leave Brazil. Yes, I know it did not say that in the article, but.... come on now!

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