ADDISON, Ill.—Xentris Wireless is expanding its manufacturing capabilities at its headquarters in Addison to support production of its EXO Charge line, the company said in a release. Xentris expanded its capabilities in 2020 to include ruggedized charging and power products for the Warfighter. It did so, the company said, by leveraging its knowledge of rapid consumer product development along with newly acquired knowledge of military power products.
“To further support our latest military product division, EXO Charge, we are proud to expand our manufacturing operations,” said David Bailey, president and chief executive officer, in the release. “With this addition, we now support all aspects of our product development process— designing, engineering, testing and manufacturing—under one roof.”
Construction is underway and will incorporate new state-of-the-art automated equipment and testing to allow manufacturing to be the most efficient. The main production area is scheduled for completion during the second quarter of 2021. The development and expansion of this area will be an ongoing effort throughout the year, the company said in the release.
“Our mission is to deliver the absolute best charging solutions that improve the agility of the modern Warfighter, making them faster, lighter, and more lethal,” said Mike Stein, vice president of military and government services, in the release. “With all product development functions along with our manufacturing and distribution center in one location, it will enable us to execute product development and delivery much faster.”
Xentris Wireless said in the release that it has built a reputation as a “reliable partner in designing, manufacturing, and distributing high quality, innovative wireless accessories.”