Cadence Completes Move into New Wisconsin Facility

Sturgeon Bay, WI - July 13, 2016

Cadence, Inc. announced today that it has completed its move into a new, state-of-the-art, 63,000 square foot facility located in the Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park at 1425 S. Neenah Avenue in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.  A grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, July 26. 

Cadence is a single-source manufacturing partner for medical device, diagnostics, industrial and automotive companies worldwide, providing end-to-end solutions focused on best-in-class total value.

Partners choose Cadence for:

  • Mission-critical components (plastics + metals)
  • Complex Sub-assemblies
  • Finished devices
  • Sketch to scale solutions

“I would like to thank all of our employees and customers for their support over the past year,” said Sandy Sekadlo, VP of Manufacturing for Cadence Wis.  “With nearly three times the footprint of the previous building, we are excited about our increased production capacity.  We are very proud of our new facility and look forward to showcasing our core capabilities in precision and micro-stamping, multi-slide forming, injection and insert molding, and automated assembly.”

About Cadence, Inc. – Cadence is a single-source contract manufacturing partner.  Cadence makes new devices a reality and delivers end-to-end solutions that simply make the world work better. Cadence employs more than 500 people worldwide with locations including:

  • Advanced manufacturing in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Wisconsin
  • Product Realization CenterTM in Pennsylvania
  • Nearshore operations in the Dominican Republic