Monday, June 27, 2016

VPI Technology Group (VPI) has opened a new 7,000 square-foot facility which is home to its VPI Laboratories and VPI Manufacturing divisions. The new building is located at 313 W 12800 S, Suite 311, in the newly developed White Mountain Business District in Draper, Utah. An open house occurred from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Friday, June 24, with a ribbon cutting at noon. Mayor Troy Walker of Draper as well as representatives from the offices of Governor Gary Herbert, Utah Senator Mike Lee’s office, Utah Senator Orrin Hatch’s office, Congresswoman Mia Love’s office, Speaker of the Utah House of Representatives Greg Hughes’ office, and members of Draper City Council were able to attend.

The new facility has added to VPI Laboratories’ capability by featuring one of the nation’s finest electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) test environments. VPI Laboratories provides regulatory compliance testing as required by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC), Industry Canada (IC), European CE Mark, as well as other international regulatory authorities. The new test laboratory complements VPI’s EMC open area test site in Wanship, Utah. Between both facilities, VPI Laboratories can fully cover the EMC regulatory compliance needs for customers, including full certification testing for wireless communication through the FCC and IC.

To accommodate steady growth, VPI Manufacturing has also moved its offices into to the new facility. VPI Manufacturing is well known for its capabilities and expertise in providing assembly and manufacturing services for complex, unique, and high-quality products, as well as proven contract management services for large volume production through its Asia-based supply chain. VPI Manufacturing is a best-in-class organization that follows industry proven best practices to manufacture high-quality products, implement and maintain rigid QA controls, and ensure traceability for all production. Through its association with VPI Engineering, VPI can also provide services for the design and development of drawings and prototypes, design test fixtures, and produce detailed manufacturing processes and test procedures.