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Infinite Electronics opens 2nd Texas facility

June 3, 2019
New Lewisville facility will double the square-footage available for its operations, logistics and administration

Infinite Electronics, a global supplier of electronic components, announced that it has opened its second facility in Lewisville, Texas to support the company’s family of brands and extensive product lines.

Infinite’s new ISO9001-certified facility is next door to its original Lewisville facility, doubling the company’s workspace in this location from 80,000 square feet to 160,000 square feet. According to Infinite, adding this new space allows it to grow its ready-to-serve capabilities and meet the growing demand for products that are available with same-day shipping. The expanded operations at this location support a variety of products for Infinite’s family of brands including NEMA enclosures, fiber optic cables, 1553 bus couplers, insertion tools, complex wire harnesses, and surge and lightning protectors. The new facility is able to fulfill more than 500 orders, spanning 750 to 1,000 product lines on a daily basis. Together, these two facilities support a combined 130 employees over a variety of functions including production, logistics, product management, administration, accounting, sales and human resources.

Infinite’s first Lewisville facility opened its doors in October 2017.

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