Anest Iwata Opens New U.S. Facility
The company has tripled its size, is introducing a new division in North America — Anest Iwata Air Engineering — and will employ 17 people.
Company officials cut the ribbon to open the new facility.
Anest Iwata, manufacturer of spray equipment since 1926, opened a new location in Cincinnati in April at 10148 Commerce Park Drive.
The new facility gives Anest Iwata additional training and laboratory space, says Nicolle Williams, a marketing specialist with with the company. The company has tripled its size, is introducing a new division in North America—Anest Iwata Air Engineering—and will employ 17 people.
The grand opening featured a tour of the new facility as well as exhibits of the company equipment.
For information, visit anestiwata.com
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