Arburg Breaks Ground on New Connecticut Facility

Arburg broke ground in October on a new U.S. headquarters in Rocky Hill, Connecticut.

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Arburg broke ground in October on a new U.S. headquarters in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. The new, 27,000-sq.-ft. facility will include a showroom and machine and spare parts warehouses, and will cater to the growing turnkey solutions market, the company says. The showroom will have space for as many as seven of the company’s Allrounder injection molding machines, which will be available both for customer mold testing and for training purposes. The facility also will have room to host training and technical seminars.

The German manufacturer currently has its U.S. headquarters in nearby Newington, Connecticut, as well as technology centers in Irvine, California, and Elgin, Illinois. The company expects construction of the new Rocky Hill facility to take about 12 months.

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