April 22, 2009
Signal Hill, CA
In a time when so many companies are cutting back or shutting down altogether, Adaptive Technologies Group, parent to Allen Products and ATM Fly-Ware, is growing.
Adaptive recently acquired a manufacturing facility in La Verne, California to further expand its production capabilities and reduce its lead times. â€œWith so many major venues on the books it was time for us to expand our capacity and this is the perfect economic climate to do soâ€? stated Paul Allen, CEO of the Adaptive companies.
â€œProduction of both our standard and custom designs will benefit tremendously and investing in todayâ€™s technology makes it so much easier. Our design team in Signal Hill can now create products and entire structures in CAD and send them straight to machines in La Verne and start manufacturing instantlyâ€? says Allen.
This additional facility will also allow Adaptive to rapidly expand its product lines, such as the increasingly popular FasPacâ„¢ Series, a system that places multiple loudspeakers into rigid planar arrays for rigging, and HoverPro, a flying display system for single and multiple LCD and plasma screens.
Since bid and order activity is back on the upswing for Adaptive, many new products and projects are being planned and this recent acquisition comes just in time to meet the needs of our re-emerging industry.
For more information about Adaptive Technologies Group, visit them on the web at www.adapttechgroup.com or contact them at their California headquarters at 562-424-1100.
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