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Haas Multigrind Relocates US Headquarters

Beginning August 1, 2020, the company’s new U.S. headquarters will be located in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

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Haas Multigrind new headquarters

Haas Multigrind LLC, a provider of CNC grinding centers, has announced the relocation of its U.S. office from Indiana to Charlotte, North Carolina, effective August 1, 2020. The 6,500-square-foot facility includes office, classroom and conference space, a machine demonstration area and spare parts warehouse.

“This move represents an exciting development for Haas Multigrind, and it demonstrates our strong commitment to existing and prospective customers and strategic partners in the Americas,” says Harry Schorner, general manager.  “We are pleased that the new location will enable us to better serve our customers, with better proximity to a major airport and better access to talent to fill key positions within the organization.”

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