InFocus brings manufacturing to Tigard

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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

InFocus will make new models of its large touch-screen computers in Tigard instead of overseas.

The new manufacturing facility employs six now and InFocus said it's in the process of expanding to 10 people. Prior models are still made in higher volumes in Asia, but the company -- headquartered at a separate site near Tigard -- said it didn't make sense to produce the new, 70-inch version overseas given shipping costs on a specialty product.

The new Tigard facility will be InFocus' first production facility in a decade. The company said it will add a service center to the facility in the near future.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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