Hernon Manufacturing Begins the Construction of its New Manufacturing Facility

Published By : 20 Feb 2015 | Published By : QYRESEARCH

The world renowned innovator of sealing technologies and adhesives Hernon Manufacturing announced that it has reached the final stage of the construction loan for financing its building expansion. As told by the company spokesperson, the construction of the new building extension will commence in a few months. 

The new building will be constructed adjacent to the existing building of the company, which is located at the junction of Central Park Place and Tech Drive in Stanford at Florida. According to sources, the new building will be 160 percent of the size of the present facility once constructed. The expansion of the manufacturing unit will enable Hernon to enhance its production capacity significantly. In doiong so, the company is looking forward to increase the number of their present staffs by a whopping 50 percent in the next two years. 

Director of Sales and Marketing for the company, Edgardo Rodriguez said that over the years of being in the industry and manufacturing from Central Florida, the company has achieved commendable growth and success. Hence they have designed the building to empower their expansion objectives. The new building will not only enable the company to expand its operations but the manufacturing unit will also play a crucial role in more efficiently manufacturing adhesives and other dispensing equipments. In fact the company will also incorporate new and advanced energy efficient technologies in the facility to be at par with any modern manufacturing facility. 

The company will announce the official date for the groundbreaking ceremony in the next couple of days. 

It’s been almost three decades since Hernon Manufacturing Inc. has been in the business of providing solutions and services to many well renowned international companies across different applications such as electrical, automotive, electronics, aerospace, military ammunitions, communication, and transportation. The technologies offered by Hernon Manufacturing includes, acrylics, anaerobic, methacrylates, cyanoacrylate, epoxies, UV visible cure, and many more. 
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