PhotoScribe Technologies Relocates Global Headquarters To Teaneck, New Jersey
David Benderly, PhotoScribe CEO, said the move “was necessary because of our newly established nano-fabrication laboratory. This lab includes a class 1000 cleanroom facility. The upscale location and the attached hotel give our customers easy access and a comfortable work environment.”
A company official said the firm opted for “a new office in New Jersey, with ease in accessibility both to and from Manhattan, as well as internationally. Allowing for growth and comfort, the new facilities offer a variety of amenities, as well as an opportunity for customers to easily commute, with the location granting easy access from both Manhattan and international airports.”
Recently, PhotoScribe collaborated with the International Gemological Institute, to offer its jewelry inscription service out of the Institute’s New York laboratory. This allows for uninterrupted, high-resolution laser engraving services to be provided in the Diamond District using PhotoScribe lasers and technicians. By operating solely from IGI’s laboratory, PhotoScribe was able to move its headquarters while assuring its local jewelry inscription customers continue to have access to the service and quality they are accustomed to, a company official said.
Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ Vice President/Director of Leasing and Marketing, Jerry L. Barta, says, “PhotoScribe Technologies is a welcome addition to Glenpointe’s prestigious tenant roster. It has been a pleasure working with the PhotoScribe team and we look forward to being part of this dynamic company’s success for many years to come.”
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