Elemaster U.S., a global mechatronics services provider, has relocated to a new high-tech electronic equipment design and manufacturing facility at 3400 Rivergreen Court in Duluth.
The new facility is dedicated to the manufacturing of printed circuit board assemblies and turn-key products destined for rail, transit, medical, and industrial sectors. Forty staff members are currently in the new location with a planned growth of an additional 20 jobs in 2019 and up to 50 additional jobs by 2020. The site represents a $3M investment in manufacturing equipment and advanced multimedia conference rooms.
“The new Duluth location consolidates our global footprint and supports Elemaster’s growth and strategic expansion efforts across the U.S.,” said Gualtiero Magni, Corporate Project Manager, Elemaster Group. “Gwinnett county is home to a rich, diverse talent pool and provides businesses with excellent options for hiring and growth.”
The new Elemaster U.S. facility will allow the company to support new market opportunities and provide local original design and electronic manufacturing services to their customers. The company is headquartered in Milan, Italy with global locations in Germany, Belgium, France, Romania, Tunisia, China, and India.
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