Workholding supplier Hainbuch America has moved into its new headquarters in Mequon, Wisconsin, where it will begin to manufacture products for the first time ever in the United States this year. The company, which estimates that the facility will employ 10 to 12 people once it is fully operational, says it will now be able to provide better and faster service to customers. As an example, the manufacturer cites next-day shipping service for all grind-outs of its Spanntop clamping heads.
“It was a good time to invest in our future here,” says Jurgen Bettray, president of Hainbuch America. “Now our U.S. customers will enjoy almost instantaneous access to our workholding products, which have long been known for their exceptional precision.”