The ADS Group

The ADS Group is an ISO 9002-certified provider of optical and magnetic media manufacturing solutions.

ADS provides complete turnkey services for DVD, CD, CD business card and CD mini-round replication.

In addition, we duplicate DVD-Rs, CD-Rs, diskettes and numerous types of magnetic tapes. In addition, The ADS Group provides compete studio recording and authoring and encoding services

Contact:

Jean A. Lagotte, Jr., Executive Chairman
763.449.5500
jlagotte@hvcpny.com

http://www.theadsgroup.com

Address:

2155 Niagara Lane North
Plymouth, Minnesota, 55447

Upcoming Events

Sep
30
Sun
2018
4:00 pm Colonial Members Meeting @ Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Colonial Members Meeting @ Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Sep 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Co-located with Making Vinyl 2018 Making Vinyl’ 2017 welcomed 300 professionals engaged in some aspect of vinyl record manufacturing and from all over the world, to the debut event conceived to celebrate the industry’s global
Oct
1
Mon
2018
all-day ‘Making Vinyl’ Detroit 2018 @ Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
‘Making Vinyl’ Detroit 2018 @ Westin Book Cadillac Detroit
Oct 1 – Oct 2 all-day
'Making Vinyl' Detroit 2018 @ Westin Book Cadillac Detroit  | Detroit | Michigan | United States
Making Vinyl is back again in Detroit! ‘Making Vinyl’ 2017 welcomed 300 professionals engaged in some aspect of vinyl record manufacturing and from all over the world, to the debut event conceived to celebrate the

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