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SAGE LABORATORIES CELEBRATES OPENING OF NEW FACILITY

November 10, 2005
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Sage Laboratories Inc. recently celebrated the opening of its new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Hudson, NH. The 55,000 square foot facility was completely renovated to accommodate the RF/microwave production flow of Sage products. From standard catalog components to highly sophisticated integrated subsystem and multi-function assemblies, products follow an efficient manufacturing path from incoming inspection through assembly, test and to the shipping dock.

Sage Laboratories has been supporting the technological advancement of RF/microwave electronics for over 50 years. The company holds numerous patents for technologies including Wireline®/Wirepac® and surface-mount hybrids.

Previously, Sage Laboratories had occupied facilities in Merrimack, NH and Natick, MA. Combining the two groups enhances the capabilities of the company by blending best practice design engineering with manufacturing technologies from each into the facility in Hudson. The company is also investing in additional assembly and test equipment, engineers and skilled assembly technicians to support the growth realized over the past year and anticipated in the future.

Sage Laboratories is a member of Filtronic plc, Integrated Products Division, Shipley, England. Sage products are used in many platforms in use today with emphasis on electronic warfare (EW) and electronic surveillance measure (ESM) programs supporting all major US Government prime contractors. Test and measurement and medical electronics markets complement the government sales. Sage offers off-the-shelf as well as custom solution capabilities to support customer requirements.

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