X-Tra Lite Optical Announces New Location and New Digital Surfacing Lab

 Ken Lin working in X-Tra Lite’s new
Schneider-equipped lab.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.—X-Tra Lite Optical has moved to a new location and added a new digital surfacing lab to support their on-going growth. The new lab space and acquisition of new digital technology from Schneider Optical Machines will allow X-Tra Lite to produce digital lenses in-house.

X-Tra Lite’s new facility in Huntington Beach has over 5,500 square feet and is built to support further expansion. This new lab will allow X-Tra Lite and its employees to comfortably expand without further need to relocate.

“X-Tra Lite has always been committed to providing our customers with the best service and the best products,” said Kenneth Lin, vice president of X-Tra Lite. “Our expansion plans dictated that we move to a larger facility to support our growing customer base. We also needed the larger space to accommodate the added equipment investment to bring digital processing in house to X-Tra Lite.”

Kevin Cross, Schneider’s director of sales for North America, commented, “Working with Ken and his team at X-Ttra Lite has been great. It is very rewarding to see the growth they’ve experienced and how hard they have worked.”