MADISON, WI- Jan. 31, 2018 — Terso Solutions, Inc., a leading technology company delivering automated supply chain solutions, announced the official opening of their new U.S. production facility based near their headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin. The move from the current 6,000 square foot facility to a 30,000 square foot production facility considerably increases Terso’s manufacturing capacity and plays a fundamental role in the company’s overall global manufacturing capabilities.

“Our investment in the new US production facility reflects the strength of our business as well as the growing adoption of RFID systems as the most proactive and viable solution for solving complex inventory issues in healthcare and life science,” says Joe Pleshek, Terso Solutions CEO and President. “It remains important to Terso to invest in our facilities as a means of advancing our technology and solution offerings. With our increased manufacturing capacity we stand ready to help our customers and partners scale their RFID enabled inventory management implementations from the point of manufacture to the point of use globally.”

Terso’s new US production facility will feature a fully-compliant electro-static discharge building with space for product development, shipping, packaging, quality testing, and a product show room. The facility will include high bay racking and airlift work stations ensuring the highest safety and quality standards for employees and customers. The production facility will also create additional jobs at Terso and in the Madison community, growing our current production team by up to 200%.

“Expanding our manufacturing capacity makes it possible to meet the increasing demand for Terso’s products,” says Michelle Scott, Terso Solutions Director of Finance and Operations. “Our production team prioritizes quality, and this facility will help not only continue to meet high quality standards but ensure a stable supply for our partners.”

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Terso announces its U.S. Production expansion