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7/31/2006

Herrmann Ultrasonics Moving to New HQ

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Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc., maker of welding and bonding equipment, plans to move next month from Schaumburg, Ill., to new headquarters in Bartlett, Ill.

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Herrmann Ultrasonics, Inc., maker of welding and bonding equipment, plans to move next month from Schaumburg, Ill., to new headquarters in Bartlett, Ill. The new location will double the size of the facility to 20,000 sq ft. It will have three application laboratories for plastics, nonwovens, and packaging, as well as a large training center.
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