Eclipse opens new China facility

Date: 27 May 2009
Source: Eclipse
Combustion specialist Eclipse has announced the opening of a new facility in Suzhou, China.The plant occupies more than 5900 m2 and is situated approximately 10 metres from its previous location, which opened in 2003.

According to a company statement, the facility was relocated due to the need for greater office and operations space to serve the growing Chinese market.

“We are very pleased to open our new facility in China, which represents our continued growth and expansion in the China market. We remain excited about the long-term growth and continue to be optimistic for the entire region,” said Lach Perks, President and Chief Operations Officer of Eclipse.

The new facility serves as the Asian base for the manufacturer of industrial heat processing equipment. Activities including administration, engineering and plant manufacturing are carried out from the site.

600450 Eclipse opens new China facility
Date: 27 May 2009
Source: Eclipse

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