By: Daily Record Staff//April 4, 2012
By: Daily Record Staff//April 4, 2012//
Intrinsiq Materials, Quintel USA and Omni-ID are open for business at Eastman Business Park.
The three high-tech companies are growing their operations in the Greater Rochester, Region. Hiring could grow to 250 new jobs with significant current and planned investments. Employees of each company are specializing in research, development, and manufacturing of advanced technology.
“I am proud to be here today with all the partners who made this great addition to the Rochester economy possible,” said state Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver. “Nothing is more important than creating good-paying jobs for the people of New York.”
Assemblyman Joseph D. Morelle, D-Irondequoit, said the companies could have gone anywhere in the world, but picked Rochester.
“Rochester has a long history of economic leadership and innovation, especially at this location, and today we celebrate a new chapter in that history,” Morelle said in a release.
Omni-ID, an inventor, manufacturer, and supplier of technology solutions for asset tracking to Fortune 500 companies globally, doubled its revenue in 2011 from the prior year. The company employs 12 people locally and just launched the world’s first Visual Tagging System which displays readable information on moving assets in real-time.
A provider of next generation antenna systems for mobile networks, Quintel USA has hired 20 employees and established a state-of-the-art antenna measurement facility. The company launched a new industry-leading product, MultiWav, and has signed a manufacturing agreement with IEC Electronics for new products developed in Rochester.
Intrinsiq Materials, a nano materials company, has opened its Rochester Printed Electronic Ink Laboratory. Intrinsiq has hired seven people for application and customer service of its highly functional electronic inks.
Trillium International is the manager of a portfolio of high-tech companies, which includes Intrinsiq Materials, Omni ID and Quintel USA.