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AGEM Member Profile:

Wells-Gardner Technologies

AGEM Member Profile:

Wells-Gardner Technologies, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of HT Precision Technologies, Inc. of Taiwan (HTP). Wells-Gardner’s corporate office is located in Burr Ridge, Illinois, just outside Chicago. The company recently opened a new office in Las Vegas as well.

Wells-Gardner continues to focus on the gaming and amusement markets, building on the strong Wells-Gardner brand name representative of world-class quality, service and innovation. Wells-Gardner has enhanced its capabilities with additional engineering resources and a continued focus on lean manufacturing principals driven to provide the superior quality and the highest return on investment for existing and new customers. In addition, the recent relationship with HTP now provides Wells-Gardner with best-in-class audio products. Wells-Gardner is a longstanding Bronze member of AGEM.

Wells-Gardner provides a niche value for the markets served by providing customized monitors, which meet the manufacturers’ intricate specifications. Wells-Gardner’s vast experience enables the company to develop proprietary electronics boards and individual components to create a monitor that will look and perform just like the Wells-Gardner game-maker customers want.

Wells-Gardner’s experienced sales and engineering teams are dedicated to offering exceptionable customer support with all of the company’s products, creating a Wells-Gardner experience that separates the company from others.

Contact Wells-Gardner at 1-800-336-6630 or visit the website at

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