PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Acquires New Facility

DEPEW, NY -- PCB Piezotronics Inc., a global leader in the design and manufacture of sensor technology, announced plans for expansion at their Depew, NY campus. A recently acquired 52,000 sq. ft. facility adjacent to PCB's main plant is being upgraded to consolidate and expand PCB's machining operations. The refurbished facility will manufacture parts and components used in the production of a wide range of PCB sensors.

Work on the facility is targeted for completion in the second quarter of 2011. The facility will increase efficiencies by consolidation of operations currently located in Lackawanna, NY with related operations in Depew, NY. Once complete the facility will house over 150 machinists and a wide range of advanced machining technologies designed to increase capacity and reduce lead times for parts.

"This facility enhances our ability to deliver high quality products and Total Customer Satisfaction," said John Lally, President and CEO. The operation will support sensor manufacturing in PCB's Depew, NY and Roanoke Rapids, NC production facilities. PCB serves the needs of test and measurement experts worldwide by timely delivery of quality, reasonably-priced sensor technology and application engineering support.

About PCB Piezotronics
PCB Piezotronics, Inc. is a global leader in the design and manufacture of force, torque, load, strain, pressure, acoustic and vibration sensors, as well as the pioneer of ICP technology. This instrumentation is used for test, measurement, monitoring, and feedback control requirements in automotive, aerospace, industrial, R&D, military, educational, commercial, and OEM applications. From ready-to-ship stock products, to custom-made specials, PCB proudly stands behind all products with services you value most, including 24-hour customer support, a strategic global distribution network, and the industry's only commitment to Total Customer Satisfaction.

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