Tech manufacturer Pasternack Enterprises is expanding into a 33,000-square-foot facility in Irvine and will begin operating from the new space on Monday – a move that makes way for its growing product inventory and staff.
Pasternack currently supplies and makes more than 20,000 radio-frequency cables, adapters and connectors, among other devices; the company also recently added 10 new employees.
Originally founded in 1972 in Huntington Beach, Pasternack was previously housed in a 26,000-square-foot space on Kettering Street in Irvine.
“Our new facilities will provide the opportunity to deploy new and improved systems and infrastructure,” said Terry Jarnigan, chief operating officer of Pasternack. “This move will allow us to continue our pursuit of providing our customers with the most responsive and comprehensive service in the industry.”
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