Gel-Pack Moves to Larger HQ

November 1, 2001 — HAYWARD, CA — After more than 20 years in its Sunnyvale, California location, semiconductor industry product supplier Gel-Pack has moved into a larger facility in Hayward.

The new 26,000 square foot facility, which features 8,000 square feet of ISO Class 7 (Class 10,000) cleanroom space, is more than double the size of the company’s last facility. The move dramatically improves Gel-Pack’s manufacturing and production capabilities, according to Gel-Pack spokeswoman Jeanne Beacham.

Gel-Pack manufactures films, carriers and trays for the semiconductor industry. Its products are assembled at ISO Class 5 (Class 100) workstations.

The company also plans to move production of its Quik-Pak division, which manufactures prototype plastic packaging for semiconductors, to the Hayward facility from San Diego.


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