STRATFORD, Conn. — Kubtec, the innovation leader in digital imaging, has relocated its corporate headquarters from Milford to new, larger premises in Stratford.
The new site, located at 111 Research Drive in Stratford, more than doubles the company’s manufacturing capacity, and will provide a central location for all Kubtec departments, which includes manufacturing, research and development, customer service and support, and commercial operations.
The move was completed Dec. 6, with a seamless transfer.
“Increased demand for our Digital X-ray products means that we have outgrown our old facility," said Vikram Butani, CEO of Kubtec. "Particularly, the Kubtec Mozart system, which provides breast surgeons with the most accurate method to see tumors during surgery, has gained traction with Breast Centers throughout the world. As a result, we are moving to premises which enable us to scale up to meet the future demand from our customers.”
Butani added, “We chose to remain in Connecticut due to its access to the major markets on the East Coast, in addition to its proximity to centers of clinical, technical and academic excellence in the I-95 corridor. Equally importantly, we wanted to retain our team of talented, Connecticut-based staff.”
Kubtec develops and manufactures innovative imaging products for clinical and research applications using digital X-ray technology as the core platform. The Mozart System uses proprietary 3-D Tomosynthesis technology to enable breast surgeons to obtain the clearest views of tumors while in the OR.
Kubtec is focused on creating imaging solutions for Breast Care, Neonatal Care and Pathology, in addition to applications for Forensic Science, Research, and Non Destructive Testing.
Kubtec, a registered trademark of KUB Technologies Inc., offers the most innovative tools in digital X-ray equipment for specimen radiography, low-dose imaging, scientific research, forensic analysis, non-destructive testing, irradiation and more.
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