Next Wave Automation moves to larger facility

Next Wave Automation recently relocated from Holland, Ohio, to a 20,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing, assembly and operations facility in Perrysburg, Ohio.

The manufacturer of small-format CNC machines and smart technology accessories for woodworking, fabricating and the emerging maker industry, says it is increasing capacity to meet growing demand for its products.

“We’re really excited about this move because we simply outgrew our old facility,” CEO and company founder Tim Owens said in a statement. “There aren’t many companies who manufacture woodworking machinery in the U.S. anymore – we’re one of the few who do – and in order to keep up with demand and be ready for further expansion, we needed the much larger space here in Perrysburg.”

For information, visit www.nextwaveautomation.com.

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