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April 13, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
LDC Inc., a Camarillo firm that makes items for the telecommunications industry, has opened a plant in Moorpark where it will produce a new stroller for Weebok, the juvenile products division of Reebok International Ltd. LDC currently has only seven employees making splicing devices and other products, but is hiring an additional 15 at its new unit on Fitch Avenue. "If the stroller sells well, we'll have 25 to 30 working on it within six months," says Ron Vogel, LDC's president.
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April 13, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
LDC Inc., a Camarillo firm that makes items for the telecommunications industry, has opened a plant in Moorpark where it will produce a new stroller for Weebok, the juvenile products division of Reebok International Ltd. LDC currently has only seven employees making splicing devices and other products, but is hiring an additional 15 at its new unit on Fitch Avenue. "If the stroller sells well, we'll have 25 to 30 working on it within six months," says Ron Vogel, LDC's president.
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