Stealth Computer boosts factory space by 70% in production expansion

WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, 18 April 2008. Leaders of industrial computer manufacturer Stealth Computer Corp. in Woodbridge, Ontario, are set to increase their factory size by more than 70 percent in efforts to ramp-up production and research.

Apr 18th, 2008

WOODBRIDGE, Ontario, 18 April 2008. Leaders of industrial computer manufacturer Stealth Computer Corp. in Woodbridge, Ontario, are set to increase their factory size by more than 70 percent in efforts to ramp-up production and research.

Stealth will primarily expand their production floor by adding a clean room facility, secured inventory and extended configuration and burn-in capability for their rugged PC product lines, company officials say.

Stealth is acquiring a neighboring building to grow its current factory size from 15,000 square feet to more than 27,000 feet. Stealth's existing facility includes production, sales, as well as corporate and administrative offices.

"The prospect of expanding our facility by acquiring the adjoining building was an opportunity we couldn't pass up. It is absolutely critical that we invest and plan for our current and future growth," says Ed Boutilier, Stealth's president & chief executive officer.

For more information contact Stealth online at www.stealth.com.

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