Cadence Inc. a leading provider of medical device outsourcing solutions, announced Wednesday that it will open a finished medical device facility in Cranberry Township, Pa., in the first quarter of 2013.
Growing business at the Staunton-based Cadence is dictating an expected need to hire more than 50 additional employees by the end of 2012
Cadence Inc. announced that Jack Abato has joined the company as vice president of manufacturing at its Staunton facility
Once a year, the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council (SVTC) takes the time to recognize and celebrate the achievements of technology firms, organizations and programs in the region and the entrepreneurs and innovators behind those successes. This year’s twelfth annual technology awards gala, Tech Nite 12, took place on May 2nd at James Madison University in [...]
Augusta Free Press LLC is a nominee for the High-Tech Company Award in the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council’s Tech Nite 12 Awards. The High Tech Company Award recognizes outstanding commercial growth and achievement by an established company that produces and markets predominantly high tech products or services. The other nominees in the category this year [...]
Cadence Inc., a Staunton-based manufacturer of cutting and piercing instruments for industrial, medical and life-science applications, will invest $15.9 million to expand its operation in the City of Staunton and create 65 new jobs within three years. Virginia successfully competed against Costa Rica for the project. Gov. Bob McDonnell visited Staunton to announce the news [...]