Energetiq Technology Opens Expanded Wilmington, Massachusetts, Facility
The 32,000 square feet facility at 205 Lowell Street in Wilmington is conveniently located off Interstate 93 and about 15 miles from Boston and Logan Airport.
The company's innovative light sources include the Laser-Driven Light Source, Laser-Driven Tunable Light Source, and the EQ-10 Electrodeless Z-Pinch Extreme Ultraviolet product line. Among other applications, Energetiq's products enable the manufacture of virtually all the world's advanced semiconductor chips.According to company officials, Energetiq's continuous revenue growth over the last several years is driving the relocation of office space and the expansion of manufacturing.
CEO Debbie Gustafson explained, "Finding a new home for our growing workforce and improving employee wellbeing was critical to the team. We chose a facility that could accommodate indoor/outdoor experiences including collaboration areas and quiet spaces strengthening the culture of innovation. This new facility allows us to support Energetiq's growing customer base by increasing the footprint available for manufacturing, research and development customer support and administrative functions."
There is a new customer showroom as well as larger logistics and clean manufacturing areas and improved R&D laboratories, officials explained. Environmental building objectives drove the selection of many design elements, such as repurposed furniture, recycled carpeting and ceiling tiles, automatic on/off lighting and a high efficiency HVAC system.
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