Quintron Reaches Out to LA

Cucamonga Campus May Double Sales

Santa Maria-based Quintron, designer and installer of large computer networks, hopes to double its annual sales to $30 million by the end of 2008, by adding a new division that will expand its reach into Los Angeles. Six employees have been added so far to staff the new Rancho Cucamonga campus, with another 15 expected by year’s end, in addition to the existing 75-person workforce in Santa Maria. Quinton began in 1970 creating telephone systems for contractors performing work at Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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