Fueled by the rapid growth of interactive kiosk technology sales and a recent expansion of advanced support services, Advanced Kiosks reported it is moving to a new, larger manufacturing facility in Concord, New Hampshire.
The new facility at 34 Hall Street in Concord will allow Advanced Kiosks to expand manufacturing capacity and access a larger pool of talent in Southern New Hampshire and the nearby Boston area, company officials said.
The more than 7,500-square-foot kiosk manufacturing factory is just a half mile from I-89 and I-93, and close to Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, making it a convenient location for visiting clients and partners.
“Moving our headquarters to Concord is going to make us more accessible and give us the space we need to increase capacity and more quickly turn around larger orders,” said Founder & President Howard Horn. “Most important is having a central location that increases our ability to attract engineers, designers and modern thinkers, which is key in growing our company.”
Southern New Hampshire has a long manufacturing history, and Concord, the state capital, is growing into an increasingly vibrant community and place to do business. The combination of the two makes Concord the perfect place for Advanced Kiosks’ relocation, a company spokesperson explained.
Advanced Kiosks was started by parent company, H32 Design and Development (H32) Engineering, founded in February 2000 in the cellar office of Horn’s garage.