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Phillips Boulevard, Ewing 08618. Steven Abramson, president.
The developer of flat panel display technology has landed a U.S. Army
contract for nearly $70,000 to try to build its flexible display
inside a soldier’s helmet. If this proves feasible, the next phase
of the contract would be $500,000 to $750,000 to develop a prototype.
Universal Display recently doubled its space to 21,000 square feet
and installed cutting-edge equipment from Axtron in Germany.
236, Rocky Hill 08553-0236. Steve Ludmerer, president. 609-279-0072;
Air Products and Chemicals Inc. (NYSE: APD) of Allentown,
has bought a significant share in Paralec Inc., founded by Paul H.
Kydd of Partnerships Limited. Kydd developed Parmod technology, a
line of conductive inks and pastes for a two-step low-cost dry process
way to make electronic circuits.
The process is environmentally friendly, and the long-lasting inks
and pastes have been used for radio frequency identification switches,
membrane switches, flexible circuitry, and high density interconnects.
Future uses might include conductors for circuits on flat panel
and oxide compositions for printing buried resistors and capacitors.
Sheshadri Mantha, owner. 215-321-9771; fax, 215-321-9775.
Etsee Soft moved from the Straube Center to Washington Crossing,
and has a new phone and fax. It offers LifeConnect software (24-hour
monitoring of patients in hospitals), as well as sales force
software and application localization for the Japanese market.
Lawrenceville 08648. Halim Jung, general store manager.
Halim Jung has closed his computer store, leaving neither a forwarding
address nor a telephone number. He had opened the business in 1999.
Plainsboro 08536. 800-246-0033; fax.
Last May Biotrace purchased Cogent Technologies in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Now the company has consolidated its operations in Cincinnati and
the Princeton Meadows office has been closed. It used bioluminescence
to detect microbial contamination.
Crossing 18977. Priscilla Waring, president. 215-369-4866; fax,
Priscilla Waring moved her strategic marketing and communications
research firm from Pennington to Washington Crossing. She continues
to head the Princeton chapter of the Association of Internet
Suite 108, Princeton 08540. Barbara McCandless, branch manager.
In Hamilton, Manpower’s Lexington Square Commons office has closed
and combined with the Princeton office.
CN 5367, Princeton 08543. Jack Kaplan, president. 609-580-3500; fax,
Datamark left its quarters at the Technology Center of New Jersey
in North Brunswick and moved in with its parent company, American
List Counsel, on the Dow Jones campus. It has a staff of 20 people,
says David Berk, the CEO. It develops electronic customer loyalty
and stored value programs for retail, hospitality, telecommunications,
and consumer products.
08540. Richard Filosa, field engineer. 800-255-3434; fax.
Danka Office Imaging (NYSE: DANKY) has moved a small parts depot it
maintained on Route 1 into its office at 103 Carnegie Center, Suite
103. Office manager Carol Varga says the move was made to consolidate
operations. Danka has approximately six in-house employees and 30
salespeople working from this location.
The company, with headquarters in London and in St. Petersburg,
is a supplier of office imaging equipment and related services, parts,
Princeton 08540. Gianni Donati. 609-921-3993; fax, 609-921-2629.
Gianni Donati moved his office from 230 Nassau Street to his home.
A graduate of Amherst, Class of 1974, he went to law school at the
University of Pennsylvania. He focuses on commercial litigation and
collection of unpaid accounts.
University Store, Princeton 08542. Andre Liu, owner. 609-921-7888;
Pequod Communications has moved its retail printing operation from
6 Nassau Street to a location within the Princeton University Store,
where it does printing and copying. It has a new phone and the same
fax. The headquarters of the business — ironically enough, founded
by undergraduates in 1988 to protest the policies of the University
Store — is on Alexander Road and includes a corporate reprographic
service center, with a full range of services, including pick-up and
Michael F. Rooney, COO. 609-951-6000; fax, 609-452-1533.
The consortium that handled asbestos claims canceled a planed move
to Scudder Falls Court in Ewing and moved out of the Carnegie Center
to an unknown location.
Box 6023, North Brunswick 08902. Dave Colatriano, group president.
732-297-5100; fax, 732-422-3949.
For several years Vertis, the printing and direct marketing firm
known as Webcraft, had been operating its headquarters office away
from the North Brunswick plant, in plusher surroundings on Lenox
Princeton Pike Corporate Center. Last fall it consolidated and moved
the office back to the plant, where there are 300 workers. It is owned
by Big Flower, Manhattan-based conglomerate, and it has operations
in Chalfonte and Bristol, Pennsylvania.
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