March 3, 1998 |
Simi Valley-based Eltron International, a bar code equipment company, has purchased a new headquarters building in the Flynn Road industrial area of Camarillo, with the goal of doubling its plant capacity. The company paid $7.8 million for the 142,500-square-foot concrete building on 9 acres of land at 1001 Flynn Road, according to Bram White, a broker with Daum Commercial Real Estate Services in Ventura County. Eltron plans to move in during the fourth quarter.
January 20, 1998
A Printronix Inc. unit has acquired certain assets of Eltron International Inc., a Simi Valley manufacturer of thermal label and plastic card printers, for about $2.9 million, the companies announced Monday. Printronix, which manufactures computer printers, purchased Eltron's RJS bar code verification business. Eltron will retain its QualaBar and ThermaBar industrial thermal printer lines, among other assets, the companies said.
January 20, 1998 |
Eltron International in Simi Valley, which designs and manufactures thermal label and plastic card printers, has named Holly Sacks as vice president of marketing. Sacks will oversee the company's worldwide marketing activities for all product lines. She will report to Patrice Foliard, Eltron's senior vice president of sales and marketing.
December 16, 1997 |
Eltron International Inc. in Simi Valley, which designs and manufactures thermal label and plastic card printers, has selected Roger Hay as vice president for finance and chief financial officer. Hay succeeds Daniel C. Toomey Jr., who has accepted a position with a local venture capital firm. Hay, 48, is working at the company part time until Jan. 5, when he will begin full-time service.
December 4, 1997
Simi Valley-based Eltron International Inc. named Roger Hay its chief financial officer, succeeding Daniel Toomey Jr.
November 11, 1997 |
Eltron International in Simi Valley, which manufactures thermal label and plastic card printers, said it has received an order valued at more than $10 million to provide its LP 2443 direct thermal label printers to United Parcel Service. The order is part of Eltron's backlog of approximately $20 million. The Eltron printers will be used with the UPS OnLine Professional, UPS OnLine Office and UPS OnLine TeleShip products.