LaserStar Technologies Moves to New State-of-the-Art Facility in Pasadena California

LaserStar Technologies, one of the leading suppliers of laser welding and laser marking systems and sources, has announced the move of their Los Angeles, CA office to their new state-of-the-art Applications Lab and Training Facility in Pasadena, CA.

The New California LaserStar Center is centrally located in Pasadena, CA famous for the Rose Bowl and the Tournament of Roses parade and football game. The City also boasts numerous cultural amenities, fine restaurants and top retailers that guarantee client visits will not only be profitable, but memorable.

The new offices are strategically located just minutes from three major airports: Bob Hope Airport, Los Angeles International Airport and Ontario International Airport. The area also offers clients the opportunity to spend their personal time at a variety of accommodations located nearby.

“Considering our rapid growth and the increasing demand for trainings in the CA area, we are increasing our office space to better serve the expectations of our customers,” said James Gervais, President and COO.

Please be sure to contact LaserStar Technologies at their new facility:


CA LaserStar Center (Sales, Service, Training)
145 North Sierra Madre Blvd., Suite One
Pasadena, CA 91107 USA
Tel:  213-612-0622
Fax:  866-347-0934
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
www.laserstar.net


About LaserStar Technologies Corporation

LaserStar Technologies has the well deserved reputation of being the premier supplier of laser welding and laser marking and laser engraving machines to the jewelry, dental and industrial marketplaces. Their team of highly-trained sales and engineering staff are always available to review new applications, share technical expertise and provide superior service and technical support from any one of their national LaserStar Centers in RI, FL and CA. LaserStar Technologies Corporation has been in business since 1957. Made in USA.

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