- July 30, 2015
Both solution centers will facilitate training and support for local manufacturers in Wisconsin and the Mid-Atlantic regions, respectively.
July 30, 2015 – Hexagon Metrology announced the opening of two Solution Centers in Milwaukee, WI and Wilmington, DE. Located in premier areas of the country for manufacturing and technology, the offices will include a training center and a technology showroom available for customer demonstrations, seminars, and more . Project managers, sales, service and application engineers will be locally based and dispatched from each center.
The Milwaukee Solution Center will facilitate training and support for local manufacturers in Wisconsin and the Milwaukee region, which produce industrial controls, medical imaging equipment, mining machinery, low-emission engines, advanced aviation systems, monorails and much more. The center is located at 20900 Swenson Drive, Waukesha, WI 53186.
The Wilmington Solution Center will offer training and customer support for local manufacturers in the Mid-Atlantic region, serving industries such as shipbuilding, automotive, food processing, and more. The center is located at 800 First State Boulevard, Wilmington, DE 19804.
“Hexagon Metrology continues to expand our footprint to better serve the advanced manufacturing customer base in the United States,” states Angus Taylor, president and CEO of Hexagon Metrology, Inc. “These new offices enable our project managers and technical staff to work very closely with local high-tech companies trying to solve quality control and high precision measurement issues, or assist customers who are ready to explore metrology automation. We are very excited to open the doors of our new facilities in Wisconsin and Delaware.”
About Hexagon Metrology Hexagon Metrology offers a comprehensive range of products and services for all industrial metrology applications in sectors such as automotive, aerospace, energy and medical. We support our customers with actionable measurement information along the complete life cycle of a product – from development and design to production, assembly and final inspection.Learn More
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