Interlink Electronics Inc. has completed the move of its corporate headquarters to Westlake Village from Camarillo this month, its chief executive said Thursday.
The move had started several months back with Chief Executive Steve Bronson and other executives. Now the finance team and global sales support team are at the new offices in Westlake Village.
“We were looking for a more traditional corporate building type space,” Bronson said. The building we were in was an older legacy building.”
Interlink makes touchpads and computer-mouse products for rugged environments, such as oil refineries, automobile assembly lines and machine shops. It also serves the medical-device market.
The company’s engineering and prototyping capabilities remain in Camarillo although there is a possibility those may relocate as well, Bronson said.
Shares closed at $8.60 on Thursday with no trades on the over-the-counter market.
AeroVironment Inc. announced several management changes on Thursday.
The Monrovia company makes unmanned aircraft and electric vehicle charging stations. Its unmanned aircraft business is based in Simi Valley.
Senior Vice President Wahid Nawabi has been named as the company's chief operating officer. Nawabi has served as general manager of the efficient energy-systems business division since 2011.
Kirk Flittie, the company’s former vice president and business area leader for unmanned aircraft systems division will assume Nawabi's former position.
In addition, Kenneth Karklin, the former director of quality systems, manufacturing engineering and services, was named general manager for the efficient energy-systems business.
Shares closed down 75 cents, or nearly 3 percent, to $25.60 on the Nasdaq.