10/19/2018

FlexArm Breaks Ground on $4 Million Facility

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The company will retain its current factory for warehousing and shipment of finished products and spare parts/service parts.

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FlexArm broke ground on its new $4 million headquarters Sept. 17 in Wapakoneta, Ohio. Festivities included the ceremonial turning over of the first shovel, a press conference with a question and answer session and refreshments for dignitaries and guests.

The company, which was founded in 1984 by current President Nick Kennedy’s grandfather, will retain its current factory for warehousing and shipment of finished products and spare parts/service parts. The new 53,000-square-foot facility will include R&D, engineering, customer testing/runoff, manufacturing and administration for both FlexArm and FlexCNC product lines. 

President Nick Kennedy says, “We’re growing like crazy, and we’ve got people shoe-horned into the current facility. This new space will enable us to continue our growth, both in sales volume and employees, while better serving new and existing customers.”

 


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