Nissha GSI History

2019
Si-Cal and GSI Technologies rebrand as Nissha GSI Technologies

Nissha GSI consolidates all manufacturing assets to the GSI Technologies plant in Chicago

2017
Si-Cal acquires GSI Technologies

Si-Cal Technologies History

2015
Si-Cal Technologies buys third Kinzel press, specifically designed for Printed Electronics
2014
Controlling interest of Si-Cal is purchased by Nissha based in Kyoto, Japan, and changes name to Si-Cal Technologies
2012
Si-Cal opens second Mexico sales office in Juarez
2011
Si-Cal buys second large-format German press from Kinzel
2008
Si-Cal adopts Lean Manufacturing and trains each employee
2006
Si-Cal prints first medical Printed Electronics device in company's history
2005
Si-Cal opens sales and technical support office In Monterrey, Mexico

Si-Cal buys first vision inspection system

Si-Cal enters the Printed Electronics industry by printing RFID antennas with conductive inks

2004
Si-Cal becomes ISO Certified

Si-Cal buys its first large-format, state-of-the-art German press from Kinzel

2003
Si-Cal is purchased by current president, Jaye Tyler
1997
Si-Cal moves to Westborough, MA facility
1971
Si-Cal founded by Ridgley Shepard as a roll-to-roll screen printer of graphic heat transfer decals. Shepard designs and makes his own presses.

GSI Technologies History

2015
GSI Technologies manufacturing services expands converting operations with precision laser cutting

GSI Technologies hires flexographic printing specialists

GSI Technologies celebrates 30 years in durable label and printed electronics business

2014
GSI Technologies adds digital printing capability for a variety of applications
2013
GSI Technologies printed its 14 billionth diagnostic medical electrode
2007
Graphic Solutions International officially changes its name to GSI Technologies
2004
Graphic Solutions International is acquired by Thrall Enterprises and produces medical electrodes, Smart Cards, RFID systems, and electroluminescent lamps in addition to its label printing applications
2003
Graphic Solutions acquires assets of BKL Inc., a leader in electroluminescent technology
After expanding into international markets, Graphic Solutions became Graphic Solutions International, LLC
2000
Graphic Solutions starts printing RFID antennas and joins with Power Paper to become the first licensed manufacturer of thin, flexible batteries in sheet form
1997
Graphic Solutions moves to its present facility and begins printing conductive printed products for the medical market
1985
Graphic Solutions, Inc. is founded as a label and nameplate brokerage firm by siblings Suzanne and Bob Zaccone
The business expanded into printing pressure sensitive labels, aluminum nameplates, and polycarbonate panels

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