From our beginning in 1947 in Chicago, Illinois to our current location in Batesville, Arkansas, LaCroix Optical Co. continues to be dedicated to providing high quality optics. During the years, LaCroix has thrived as a customer-driven custom manufacturing facility. Involvement in industry organizations (APOMA, OSA, SPIE) and in investments in technological developments have kept our company flexible and responsive to its customers' ever-changing requirements.
Today, LaCroix has emerged as one of the largest independent manufacturers of precision optics in the USA. Our skilled workforce of approximately 100 people have an average length of service exceeding 10 years. Commitment to customer satisfaction at every level is an important key to the success of LaCroix Optical Co.
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Dr. Mustafa Kansiz
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