OR: DWFritz Relocates and Expands its Corporate HQ in Wilsonville
11 Apr, 2018
DWFritz Automation, a leading provider of custom, high-precision automation solutions for advanced manufacturing, announced that it relocated and expanded its U.S. headquarters, approximately one mile away from its previous location in Wilsonville, Oregon. Located at 9600 SW Boeckman Road, the newly renovated 165,000-square-feet building includes 100,000 square feet of manufacturing space and over 65,000 square feet of office space. Among the features of the modern facility: An advanced research lab, secure manufacturing space, clean room, locker rooms, and a fitness area for employees. More than 300 employees are expected to work out of the new company headquarters.
“Demand for automation in advanced manufacturing continues to grow and we are growing with it,” said Mike Fritz, CEO of DWFritz Automation. “Our clients rely on our systems to maximize their yields and reduce their manufacturing costs. This new space, designed specifically to increase our operational efficiency, will enable our team to collaborate in new ways so we can continue to develop brilliant solutions for our clients.”
DWFritz’s new corporate headquarters is in the heart of Wilsonville’s Technology Corridor. The building’s open and airy architecture with high ceilings is geared towards enhancing natural light and inspiring employee collaboration. State-of-the-art facilities, conference rooms and workspaces will enable employees to continue imagining, inventing, and delivering the future of advanced manufacturing at an accelerated pace.
About DWFritz Automation
DWFritz Automation, based in Wilsonville, Oregon, USA, is a leading, global provider of high-precision automation solutions for advanced high-volume manufacturing. The Company develops, designs, builds and supports engineered-to-order automation systems specializing in various types of inspections: 2D, 3D, complex surface defects, and medical packaging that enable customers to enhance product quality. The Company also engineers high-precision assembly equipment that solves manufacturing problems using intelligent motion control, vision, and robotics. For more information, please visit www.DWFritz.com. Follow on Twitter: @DWFritz.