December 4, 1997
Simi Valley-based Eltron International Inc. named Roger Hay its chief financial officer, succeeding Daniel Toomey Jr.
February 15, 1994
Eltron International Inc., a Chatsworth marketer of bar-code label printers and software, said it commenced an initial public offering of 1.1 million shares of common stock, priced at $6 per share. The company said proceeds from the stock offering will be used to buy more manufacturing equipment and repay debt. Eltron's shares, all of which were offered by the company, began Nasdaq trading on Feb. 9.
December 5, 1995 |
Eltron International Inc., a Simi Valley producer of bar-code label printers and related software and accessories, has had its products approved by the standardization organization that represents the European Community and nations worldwide. The products were registered by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. with the International Organization for Standardization.
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.
August 23, 1994
Eltron International Inc., a Chatsworth-based maker of bar code label printers, announced it has opened an office in Berkshire, England, to handle European sales, distribution and technical services. The new office will be headed by Hans Styrnell, the company's European sales manager. Eltron makes bar code label printers, software and accessories used in retail, manufacturing and packaging industries.
December 21, 1993
Eltron International Inc. announced plans to sell 1 million common shares for $5 to $6 in the company's initial public stock offering. The Chatsworth-based firm, which manufactures bar code printing products, reported earnings of $600,520 for the 10 months ended Oct. 31, contrasted with a loss of $376,706 for the same period last year. Company officials hope to raise about $4.5 million after expenses from the offering and will use some of it to repay debt.