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    200 jobs expected from New Deantronics $40M warehouse in Spanish Springs

    During a press conference at the Nugget Casino Resort last September 25, New Deantronics, a Bay Area-founded medical device manufacturer, announced it plans to build a 200,000-square-foot facility in the Spanish Springs Business Center, located north of Sparks off the Pyramid Highway.

    The $40 million in constructing its Reno-Sparks facility, dubbed New Deantronics Nevada USA, will include a research and development center, manufacturing operations, warehousing facilities and a “return for repair” center, said CEO Jane Liu.

    New Deantronics, which has its manufacturing headquarters located in Taiwan, had been looking at establishing a U.S. facility for years, said Liu. Previously, the medical device firm considered expanding to Texas, Colorado and Utah before setting its sites for Northern Nevada.

    “The decision to establish an R&D and manufacturing center in the Reno-Sparks are is the result of a multi-year location search and supports our ‘Go Global’ vision,” Liu said in a statement. “The support and assistance received from so many people and organizations here convinced us to select Reno-Sparks to be our new home in the U.S.”

    Specifically, New Deantronics produces medical devices used in general surgery, neurosurgery, cardiology, orthopedics, and aesthetics. In other words, “most of our products are used in the operation rooms,” Liu said. “I always tease our product line as being from head to toe — from neurosurgery to orthopedics.”

    New Deantronics’ Northern Nevada facility — expected to open sometime in 2020 — will reportedly create more than 200 new jobs.

     

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    Corin Lujan is licensed in California and Nevada where she started her career in real estate with Keller Williams in Reno in 2015. Corin was KW Reno’s "Rookie of the Year" 2015-2016 and consistently placed among the monthly Top 30 Producers. She grew up in Fremont, California where she still has many family members and friends, and graduated from UC Berkeley. Corin also lived in Southern California for 15 years where she raised her twin daughters, then in Las Vegas for four years before moving to Reno. Although she loves Nevada and calls Reno her forever home, Corin’s strong Bay Area roots translates well to her ability to work seamlessly with a diverse client base in both states. Prior to launching her real estate career, Corin worked as a journalist before transitioning as a public relations and marketing executive for a national nonprofit. Those skill sets continue to benefit her clients especially when making her sellers’ properties stand out in any market! To unwind from real estate, Corin enjoys cooking, hikes with the Sierra Club and playing with her two rescue dogs, Sammy the Border Collie-mix and Eliza the Newfoundland!

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