ARCHIVED  July 1, 1997

Probe Test Fixtures expanding

LOVELAND — A Loveland company is expanding operations in Beaverton, Ore., to accommodate a growing demand for circuit-board testing services.

Probe Test Fixtures Inc. already has one office in Beaverton, which employs 80 people and serves Merix Corp. exclusively. The second office will serve the rest of the area, said Steven Riedman, director of sales for the company.

Riedman said the new office is scheduled to open Sept. 1, with a staff of 17 to start.

“It’s a growing business,” Riedman said. “Circuit boards are used in everything from phones to computers to microwaves to televisions. We test the boards for the manufacturers to make sure they’re functioning properly.”

Probe Test Fixtures is a 7-year-old company with revenues of more than $5 million. The Loveland operation employs 40 and works with circuit-board manufacturers in several Front Range cities including Longmont, Boulder, Denver and Littleton.

Riedman said the second Beaverton office is the only new location under way, but the company is considering further expansion in the United States.

LOVELAND — A Loveland company is expanding operations in Beaverton, Ore., to accommodate a growing demand for circuit-board testing services.

Probe Test Fixtures Inc. already has one office in Beaverton, which employs 80 people and serves Merix Corp. exclusively. The second office will serve the rest of the area, said Steven Riedman, director of sales for the company.

Riedman said the new office is scheduled to open Sept. 1, with a staff of 17 to start.

“It’s a growing business,” Riedman said. “Circuit boards are used in everything from phones to computers to microwaves to televisions. We test the boards for the manufacturers…

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