Sentient Lasers leaves Kamas for Park City’s industrial park
October 16, 2018
Sentient Lasers launched in order to serve the needs of a small niche of doctors and other medical specialists. But as the popularity of aesthetic lasers increased, so has the work for Sentient Lasers.
The company, which buys, repairs and sells aesthetic lasers, recently moved into a new building at 4383 N. Forestdale Drive in Park City's industrial park. It was previously running out of a location in Kamas.
Chris Cella, CEO of Sentient Lasers, said the company was aware it needed a bigger, more customized space so it could better meet the needs of its customers. Sentient Lasers started the search for a new location in 2015, broke ground on a building in 2016 and moved into the facility at the end of September.
The custom-designed building allows the company to have 350 to 400 lasers in stock, up from the 100 capacity at the previous location, Cella said. Plus, it is able to increase its parts and service departments, which will help it be more organized and better fulfill orders.
The company also has a room for live-stream video. Sentient Lasers employees place a laser in the room and a viewer from anywhere on the globe can control multiple cameras to look at the laser from every angle before finalizing a purchase.
Cella said he is glad to finally be in the new space, because he believes it will help the company improve its service. With a larger inventory, the company will be able to more quickly provide a customer with a product.
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"It is a milestone to hit," he said.
Since the company launched in 2009, Cella is also proud to see where it has gone. He said there have been some bumps, but the past few years have been steady. And as the newest addition to the quickly growing industrial park, he is eager to be surrounded by businesses that are also expanding.
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