MacArtney to Launch Workshop in Massachusetts

President of MacArtney Inc. Lars F. Hansen

MacArtney is expanding its Northeast operations in Massachusetts, US to larger office space and adding new workshop capacity.

According to the company, the new workshop will feature moulding and termination capabilities designed to support customers and empower MacArtney’s ability to provide custom cable assemblies and turn-key connectivity solutions with short lead times to the local marine community in North America.

“To MacArtney, being close to the customer is paramount,” says president of MacArtney Inc. Lars F. Hansen. “Being able to provide effective local service and support to present and potential customers, is the overarching incentive for the continuous expansion in North America, which recently also led to the inauguration of a new MacArtney operation on the east coast of Canada.”

With inauguration of the new workshop facility MacArtney move their Pembroke, Massachusetts office to a new 7,700 sq. ft. facility, located in Rockland, Massachusetts. The expected move-in date is August 1.

“Expanding our operations by adding new workshop capacity to our current portfolio is a guarantee of MacArtney’s customer focus, at all times, and a token of our ambition to offer optimal value to the end users,” added Jennifer A. Stewart, general manager of MacArtney Inc., Northeast Operations.

 

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