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Europa Manufacturing Expands Boca Raton, Florida, Production Plant

11/17/2017
Europa Manufacturing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of SenTech EAS Corporation and supplier to OEM's of precision metal fabrication, expanded its manufacturing complex in Boca Raton, Florida. The company will add new state of the art equipment.

"Since our acquisition in June 2017, we have made significant investments in capital equipment, software, engineering and project management staff to further expand our manufacturing and customer support capability. The recent purchase of a new LVD Strippit, Lynx Fiber Laser allows us to expand our manufacturing capabilities and serve many other growing markets,” Richard Spagna, President & CEO said.

"This Laser, the size of a three car garage, is designed for high-speed production, handling two full sheets of metal up to 5'x10'. It's capable of cutting up to 1,000 inches per minute, making highly precise hairline cuts in all types of metals including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, copper and brass,” Spagna said.

These improvements are the beginning of planned upgrades to our equipment and staff that will further solidify our position as an industry leader assuring competitively priced, rapid production, and on-time deliveries of high quality products,” added.

"Since the acquisition, Europa's sales team has attended or exhibited at several industry events, receiving a high level of interest from existing and new prospective customers. Europa is actively working to expand its own product offerings beyond OEM manufacturing and engineering design services. Our newest trade show booth and shipping crate were designed and manufactured in-house. They received so much interest from other exhibitors, that we are now considering manufacturing a line of customizable trade show booths and crates." said David Vanderpol, Director of National Accounts.

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