HMI company moves North American headquarters

EAO Corporation is moving its North American headquarters to a 20,000 sq ft facility in Milford, Conn., to double current engineering and manufacturing capacity for human-machine interfaces (HMIs).

12/19/2013


EAO Corporation is moving their North American headquarters to a 20,000 sq ft facility in Milford, Connecticut to double their current engineering and manufacturing capacity. Courtesy: EAO CorporationEAO Corporation is moving its North American headquarters and operations from Milford, Conn., to nearby Shelton, which will become official on Jan. 1, 2014. The move is a result of a strategic decision that will more than double EAO's engineering and manufacturing capacity. This change will allow EAO to enhance its capabilities as a HMI developer, integrator, and supplier.

The 20,000 sq ft facility will feature 8,000 sq ft of office and engineering space, 8,000 sq ft for production and assembly space, and 4,000 sq ft for warehouse operations. The new location allows for modern, custom-design capabilities that will better serve EAO's North American customer base.

The new location will also feature an array of advanced testing and analytical equipment, electronic communication and simultaneous engineering systems.

EAO Corporation

www.eao.com 

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