Circonix Technologies opens Midwest Headquarters in Dayton, Ohio
This new facility provides Circonix Technologies with the increased space needed to accommodate their growing business and to better serve their customers. The Dayton office is the national service center for Circonix Technologies, coordinating service nationwide. Mike Murphy, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, views this as a tremendous value for current and potential clients. This new facility will allow Circonix to continue providing the highest quality of engineering services for the converting industry, as well as offering new services and products to their customers throughout the country, states Mr. Murphy.
The location compliments the other strategically located Circonix facilities, throughout the United States, with headquarters in New Jersey, a manufacturing and service facility in North Carolina and an additional service office outside of St. Paul, Minnesota.
Circonix Technologies continues to commit to its mission of superior engineering, high quality systems and outstanding customer service. In order to maintain this standard of excellence, Circonix will continue to grow to meet and exceed the needs of the converting and supplementary industries.
The strength of the Circonix team is built on 17 years of successful project implementation, which incorporates both electrical and mechanical expertise to retrofit and upgrade existing control systems, as well as provide OEMs with the latest controls technology for new equipment.
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