A ribbon cutting ceremony at the site of a new 63,000 square foot plant in Sturgeon Bay’s industrial park marked the grand opening of the new Cadence, Incorporated facility Thursday. The building is three time larger than the firm’s previous plant in Sturgeon Bay. Sandy Sekadlo, vice-president of manufacturing, said the facility not only benefits Cadence, its employees and customers, but also benefits the entire community of Sturgeon Bay. Sekadlo said Cadence is excited to grow its business in Sturgeon Bay and is looking forward to adding to its workforce over the next few years. Cadence is a single-source manufacturing partner for medical devices, diagnostics, industrial and automotive companies worldwide, providing end-to-end solutions focused on best-in-class total value. The company employs 500 people worldwide with locations in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and the Dominican Republic.