SDS Automation Expands Its Headquarters
Acquisition of a new facility brings their total space close to 50,000 sq. ft.
SDS Automation (Thornton, CO) has announced the purchase of a new 17,500-sq.-ft. facility that will enable the company to accommodate the growth of its Colorado operations. According to a statement from the company, this real estate acquisition brings SDS Automation’s total company-wide square footage to nearly 50,000. The company feels this is a major milestone and will support its efforts in the signmaking and die-making industries.
“This expansion will ensure that SDS Automation can continue to provide our customers with the world-class manufacturing, parts, service and technical support they’ve grown accustomed to throughout our company’s 30-year history,” James Cross, senior vice president at SDS Automation, is quoted in the release.
This news comes in the wake of many recent initiatives and accomplishments of the company.
For more information, visit sign.sdsautomation.com.
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