Ultravision set to invest $4mn in new manufacturing facility in Dallas

By Sean Galea-Pace
The leading innovator of LED displays and lighting, Ultravision International, is set to invest $4mn to unveil its new manufacturing lines in Dallas. T...

The leading innovator of LED displays and lighting, Ultravision International, is set to invest $4mn to unveil its new manufacturing lines in Dallas.

The firm, who also manufacturers and distributes its lighting displays, has shown its commitment to its American workforce in a move that is expected to triple the company’s capacity of employees and increase its production output.

Ultravision currently has 39 patents for LED lighting and LED modular display panel technologies.

William Hall, CEO and co-founder of Ultravision International, said: “Ultravision fundamentally changed the LED industry by inventing light-weight, modular display panels that eliminate the need for cabinet displays, which are difficult to install and costly to maintain.”

“We are proud to manufacture all of our products in the United States. The incredible demand we're experiencing across industries tells us buyers recognize the value of buying LED technology from the actual inventor and U.S. manufacturer.”

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With outdoor and out-of-home advertising companies aiming to encourage the switch from static billboards to engaging LED digital displays, the interest in Ultravision’s products has rapidly increased.

It is anticipated that the company will be able to offer its products to customers at a quicker rate then it takes cargo ships to bring its foreign-made services to the US.

John Lee, vice president of global operations for Ultravision International, said: “Our customers require incredible speed to market and quick execution on production and delivery of our lighting solutions and modular LED display panels.”

“Hiring all these terrific North Texas people and increasing our production capacity allows us to build and deliver our products to customers faster than the competition.”

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