Vollmer expanding U.S. facility

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Vollmer of America announced it will be moving to a new building that is almost three times the size of its current location in Carnegie, Pa.

“The land we will build on is also in the Pittsburgh area - a little closer to the airport to make customer visits even more convenient,” the company said in a statement.

“The reason for this upcoming move is to accommodate the rapidly growing workforce and to allow the recruitment of even more new people in the future. Another reason is to improve and extend the variety of machine demonstrations for you, our valued customer, and with the new 4,200-sq.-ft. showroom your visit will certainly be even more informative. The larger warehouse can store more spare parts which will have a positive impact on spare part and consumable availability.

The building is scheduled for completion by the end of 2019.

For more, visit https://vollmeramerica.com.

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