D-Tech International USA is excited to tell you about its new home, in the heart of Cape May County’s new innovation hub for tech businesses.
Since opening its US headquarters in the area business has been booming for D-Tech, which has enjoyed a 100% expansion since 2016. So, when the company was offered the opportunity to become an economic development partner of Cape May County, they were delighted to accept.
In 2019, developers broke ground on the project labelled by Cape May County Freeholder Will Morey as, “the start of a reimagining of Cape May County’s economic future.” Fast forward to June 2020 and D-Tech has just completed its move into a 7,000-square-foot purpose-built manufacturing facility.
Made in the USA
This increase in D-Tech’s manufacturing capacity was one of the driving factors behind the move. D-Tech had already transferred all manufacturing of PCBs from China to Cape May County, and moving to the new facility will enable the company to start manufacturing its holdIT self-service pickup locker solution in the region.
Speaking about the move, Marvin Crisp, Founder and CEO of D-Tech International USA, said:
“By bringing even more of our product manufacturing to the USA, and to Cape May County specifically, not only will our customers be assured of quality products built in-house by our American employees, D-Tech is able to make a significant investment in the local area, creating new jobs for Cape May County residents, from service positions to manufacturing opportunities.
“D-Tech has expanded 100% since 2016, and therefore to meet the increased demand for our products, we will be employing from the local community.”
Committed to Cape May County
Beachgoers and birdwatchers alike flock from states near and far to enjoy the golden sandy beaches, warm weather and incredible wildlife Cape May County has to offer. Alongside a tremendous variety of migrating birds, some lucky visitors even manage to glimpse wild dolphins, which are spotted frequently from the shore.
However, while the beautiful region is popular with tourists during the summer months, the decision was made that the county should create more economic opportunities outside of tourism. This goal was stated by Will Morey at the groundbreaking in 2019, “We need to find new ways to diversify and create jobs that attract top talent, which will enable our young folks to find great opportunities within the county.”
Today, the first step on that journey is complete as the project has its first residents. D-Tech is joined at the Cape May Tech Village by Cellular Tracking Technologies, a leader in wildlife telemetry and IoT solutions.
D-Tech has been delivering high performance technology solutions for public spaces for almost 20 years. Having built its initial success in the library sector, D-Tech has continually seen an increase in cross-sector demand for its range of technologies, which include self-service solutions, privacy-protecting people counting and now even app technology.
To find out more about D-Tech USA’s range of products and services, contact us today on (609) 435-5846 or visit d-techinternational.com/us