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Hypertherm Opens Expanded Manufacturing Center in Hanover, New Hampshire, with Plans to Create 500 Jobs

Area Development Online News Desk (02/28/2013)
Hypertherm, a U.S. based manufacturer of advanced cutting systems, opened its new 160,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Hanover, New Hampshire with plans to create hundreds of jobs in the region.

Hypertherm designs and manufactures advanced cutting products for use in a variety of industries, such as; shipbuilding, manufacturing, and automotive repair. Its product line includes handheld and mechanized plasma systems and consumables, as well as fiber laser and waterjet products, along with CNC motion and height controls and CAM cutting software.

The company said its new facility was built with Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design principles consistent with Hypertherm’s core values and will accommodate Hypertherm’s growth in a number of areas. In addition to fostering the eventual creation of up to 500 new jobs, the facility includes advanced research and development space, training classrooms, and engineering labs.

“We are committed to American manufacturing and American jobs,” said Dick Couch, CEO and founder of Hypertherm. “Our facility is just one example of how we, working together, can build a strong foundation for the future and ensure our Northern New England economy remains strong for years to come.”

“Hypertherm is a great example of the innovation and ingenuity present all around the Granite State,” said Gov. Maggie Hassan. “We can make great things here and ship them around the world. We can give people the skills they need to secure a stable well-paying job. We can care for the community and environment and still remain competitive and profitable. We can build a stronger, more innovative New Hampshire where businesses can grow.”

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