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NovaCopy Expands Malden, Missouri, Production Center

06/06/2017
NovaCopy, a full-service provider of office technology, 3D Printing and IT services, broke ground on its new, $900,000, 8,000 sq. ft. production and operations center in Malden, Missouri.

“With the business growth in the greater Malden area, we needed a new home, a facility to showcase the latest and most innovative office technology, document solutions and IT services available,” said Darren Metz, CEO of NovaCopy.

“At NovaCopy, we believe in delivering caring, efficient service and support to our customers, and this new facility will help us achieve those goals. We certainly appreciate the encouragement from State and local officials with this new location, and look forward to helping the local communities for years to come,” he added. “We have a great team in Malden and as we continue to grow, NovaCopy will be looking for exceptional individuals seeking a dynamic company that matches ambitions with opportunities for professional growth,” Metz said. “The majority of the positions will be Sales and Service-related to ensure customers are consistently provided the best technology, solutions and service available.”

According to company officials, Missouri was on the company’s radar as a viable location for expansion and the opportunity presented itself with the acquisition of Shelton Business Machines in 2013. Since then, NovaCopy has greatly enjoyed working with the local business communities, keeping 28 years of Malden relationships ongoing.

Working with local officials, NovaCopy was granted 2.9 acres of land by the City of Malden. Located at 3001 North Douglas St., the project is being brought to life by Dille Traxel Architecture with Straight-line Construction Solutions as general contractor. The company expects for the facility to be completed by December and fully operational by January 2018.

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