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Precision AirConvey announces expansion

July 31, 2012

A new facility will equip PAC with an updated product testing lab and an enhanced customer meeting space.

Precision AirConvey (PAC), Newark, DE, USA, a designer, manufacturer and installer of automated trim and scrap removal systems, has announced that in order to accommodate the company’s recent growth and product demand, PAC has acquired a bigger, more modern facility.

The facility will allow PAC to streamline its operations, equipping PAC with an updated product testing lab and an enhanced customer meeting space. The move will result in more efficient processes, improved customer service, and an updated work environment for employees.

“We are very excited about this acquisition,” says Tom Embley, chief executive officer at PAC. “This move will allow us to become much more efficient, customer-focused, and better able to accommodate future growth.”

The new facility will also promote more environmentally friendly operations with the implementation of modern, natural lighting, and the reuse of many of the building’s original materials. “We will be creating a much more environmentally responsible work environment,” Embley adds. “We’ll also be designing the new facility to meet our specific needs, rather than remain locked into the layout of our existing building.”

PAC looks to fully transition to the new facility by the end of 2012.

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