01.19.2007 12:00 AM
Jampro Antennas Expands Facility, Staff
RF components maker Jampro Antennas has expanded its Sky Creek Drive manufacturing facility in Sacramento, Calif.

Doug McCabe, Jampro's chief operating officer, said the company "increased manufacturing space by 25 percent, installed new, sophisticated equipment, and added a second shift to keep current with orders."

The company said increasing the floor space permitted Jampro to increase its number of CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines to enhance parts and component production, as well as institute a more efficient manufacturing processes.

Jampro has also increased overall staffing by 40 percent, including the addition of a day shift on Fridays and Saturdays as well as a night shift. The company said the increase in staff was in order to meet customer demand and assure on-time deliveries.


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