HILLSBORO, Oregon, July 17, 2019 ---

Fiber SenSys, Inc., the leading manufacturer of physical security in the data and perimeter marketplace, is pleased to announce that they have broken ground for construction of their new corporate headquarters.

As a direct result of loyal customers and continued high demand for its products and services, Fiber SenSys has experienced steady market growth. “The cornerstone of our success is our dedicated focus on our customers,” stated Masaya Horii, CEO of Fiber SenSys. “To maintain this focus, we are investing in our facilities, staff, and community,” Horii continued.

The new headquarters will be established near FSI’s present location in Hillsboro, OR, an area well-known to technology-leading companies. The state-of-the-art facility designed to accommodate increased capacity and new technologies will be constructed on an 84,000 sq. ft. property purchased by Fiber SenSys. Plans include expanded product test and development areas as well as a world-class training center. Anticipated move date is Spring 2020.

Fiber SenSys, Inc., is a wholly-owned subsidiary of OPTEX CO., LTD, the world’s largest manufacturer of outdoor security sensors. Optex is publicly traded on the Tokyo stock exchange.

For more information, contact:

Fiber SenSys, Inc.
2925 NE Aloclek Dr, Ste 120
Hillsboro, OR 97124

+1 (503) 692-4430



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