Assembly firm leaving Longmont LONGMONT - DBM Technologies Inc., a by RobParke


									Assembly firm leaving Longmont
LONGMONT - DBM Technologies Inc., a Longmont-based contract manufacturer specializing in
aerospace, biomedical and high-end electronic assemblies, is moving its operations to

The company needed more space and found the right building in Loveland, said Jason
Siemers, vice president of operations. It signed a lease for 14,500 square feet of space at 710
14th St. in Loveland, more than doubling the size of its current space at 1055 Delaware Ave.
in Longmont.

The company expects to move between March and April.

"We looked at space from Longmont to Fort Collins," Siemers said. "Most of our employees live
in that area. It was not so much about the location - Longmont or Fort Collins or Loveland - it
was about finding the right building to meet our needs."

DBM needed a building with more space and power.

"In our existing facility, we have to put equipment in storage because the building doesn't
have enough power to run all the equipment at once," Siemers said.

He said the new location will allow the company to grow. It has 12 employees and plans to
add more if business keeps up.

DBM is a subsidiary of Fort Collins-based StratoTech Corp. It entered the Longmont market
when it acquired Assembly Technology Corp. in 1999. That former company was founded in
Longmont in 1984.

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