At times, 1996 can seem like eons ago, and other times it seems like just yesterday. 1996 was a year when the New York Yankees came out on top, almost a decade before the Red Sox finally broke the Curse of the Bambino. The Chicago Bulls found similar luck in 1996 with their star player, Michael Jordan, who has since retired from the sport not once, but twice. However, not everything from that year goes out of style like the infamous “Rachel” haircut; MadgeTech, founded in 1996, continues to maintain the same values and standards it has for 20 years… and counting.
While some may have considered it Mission: Impossible, Norman Carlson started MadgeTech in the garage of his Warner, New Hampshire home back in 1996. Today, MadgeTech is located just miles away from that very spot in the company’s 18,000 square foot headquarters, which houses every aspect of the company and its more than 50 dedicated employees.
Instead of watching ER or doing the Macarena, Norman was hard at work designing and creating data loggers to help simplify the monitoring needs for some of the world’s most profitable industries. Manufacturing products that assist with food safety, medical device sterilization and transportation reliability, it’s no wonder why MadgeTech now has over 100 distributors in nearly 100 different countries.
Unlike the Space Jam website, MadgeTech continues to update their website with valuable content and new products developed by MadgeTech’s team of engineers, to continually integrate cutting edge technologies and software. Evolving from the vision of a man in a garage, to a worldwide leader in data logging solutions, MadgeTech remains committed to its customers, “to infinity and beyond”.