SlabbKiosks expands its production capabilities

By | March 16, 2018

Slabbkiosks Expanding

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The move became necessary to meet an increase in customer demand while ensuring the continued production of high quality kiosk units. Operations at the new location will focus on product integration and will include highly efficient quality control processes, testing of hardware, along with both in-house and third party software, resulting in kiosk units that are fully operational
upon delivery to their customers’ locations.

“Our company has seen many changes over the past year and we realized that with the growing demand for our products we would need to expand our production facilities without losing focus of
kiosk design and quality‚ÄĚ commented President at SlabbKiosks, Peter te Lintel Hekkert. ‚ÄúWe believe¬†that this new facility will assist in helping us meet both.‚ÄĚ

Kiosks from the first production cycle were shipped and en route to customers last week and the company intends to invest over $2 million in new equipment to support the expected increase in production rates and levels. Additional personnel will also be hired for the company’s software group and call center that will be housed at the new location. These employees will assist customers with kiosk installation and help them to manage any business process changes that may occur during implementation. Slabb also has production facilities in Phoenix, Dover, Tulsa and mainland China as well as contracted warehouse and distribution centers in the US.

For more information visit Slabbkiosks or contact [email protected]

Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner -- With over 40 years in the industry and technology, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major early career kiosk projects include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others. Craig helped start kioskmarketplace and formed the KMA. Note the point of view here is not necessarily the stance of the Kiosk Association or