Arburg Opens New U.S. Headquarters
A move from Newington to Rocky Hill, Conn.
This month, Arburg Inc. is officially opening its new headquarters in Rocky Hill, Conn. The move from the former location in Newington, Conn., coincides with the 40th anniversary of Arburg’s U.S. operation. The new facility covers almost 27,000 ft2 and has 40 employees. The building has a showroom with space for up to seven injection machines, as well as spare-parts storage, an area for testing out turnkey projects, and space for stock machines. In addition, Rocky Hill will have a Freeformer laboratory and “additive manufacturing manager” for Arburg’s new 3D printer.
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