Suttle Expands US Operations

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Suttle Expands US Operations

Company Adds Manufacturing Capacity in Hector, MN

Minneapolis, MN, August 18, 2009 (Business Wire) --- Suttle (a division of CSI, NASDAQ:JCS)

(www.suttleonline.com & www.suttlesoho.com) proudly announced that it has recently completed a new

facility to produce its line of SOHO Access™ structured wiring enclosures and many of its SpeedStar

jacks and plates in Hector, MN.

Over the past five years, Suttle has grown from a niche player in the structured wiring market to one of

the industry’s largest sellers of residential voice, data, and video networking gear according to the latest

CEA market research study. In addition to allowing Suttle to hold prices, it also allows the company to

substantially cut lead times, improve flexibility, invest in local jobs and reduce its carbon footprint.

“We’re excited to re-invigorate our manufacturing operations with this investment and build on our

commitment to our customers, employees, the local community, and our stakeholders,” said Bruce

Blackwood, VP and GM of Suttle.  “In the current economy we’re proud to be able to invest in our

continued growth.”

In addition to the new machines, Suttle has added nearly 20,000 square feet that nearly doubles its total

in-house manufacturing space.

Minneapolis, MN  -- Residential connectivity provider Suttle announced that it has completed a new facility in Hector, Minn. to produce its line of SOHO Access structured wiring enclosures and many of its SpeedStar jacks and plates. The facility will allow Suttle to hold prices, substantially cut lead times, improve flexibility, invest in local jobs and reduce its carbon footprint. In addition to new machines, Suttle has added nearly 20,000 square feet, nearly doubling its total in-house manufacturing space.


Over the past five years, Suttle has grown from a niche player in the structured wiring market to one of the industry’s largest sellers of residential voice, data and video networking gear, according to the latest CEA market research study.



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