Nordson SELECT New Facility Accommodates Growth


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Nordson SELECT has moved its headquarters and North American operations into a new facility located in Liberty Lake, Washington. The new facility provides expanded engineering and manufacturing operations together with increased product demonstration and application laboratory capabilities and houses the existing staff with room for additional personnel.

The new Nordson SELECT facility was officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 13th coordinated with the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce.

“This expansion of our manufacturing, demo and application lab is in direct response to our dynamic growth and success in the marketplace,” said Carlos Bouras, general manager of Nordson SELECT. “Our new facility together with our implementation of Lean/Flow as a growth strategy, gives Nordson SELECT significant capacity for increased volume and represents our continued commitment to serve our growing base of worldwide customers.”

“Printed circuit board assembly customers throughout the Americas will directly benefit from access to Nordson SELECT’s next generaton of selective soldering technology,” said Bouras. “At the same time our expanded international sales, applications and support team is well postioned to serve ever challenging customer applications throughout Asia, Europe and the Americas. The investment in our new facility continues our commitment to deliver highly innovative products, together with outstanding service and exceptional value to our growing worldwide customer base, all backed by Nordson’s global support network.”

About Nordson SELECT

Nordson SELECT, is a leading worldwide supplier of selective soldering systems including Novo standalone machines offering exceptional value and superior process capability ideal for batch production, Cerno in-line systems delivering uncompromised quality and productivity for demanding soldering applications, and Integra multi-station modular systems designed to meet the most challenging high-volume requirements by combining parallel processing with multiple soldering nozzles for the ultimate in flexibility and maximum throughput. 

About Nordson Corporation

Nordson Corporation engineers, manufactures and markets differentiated products and systems used to dispense, apply and control adhesives, coatings, polymers, sealants, biomaterials, and other fluids, to test and inspect for quality, and to treat and cure surfaces.  These products are supported by application expertise and direct global sales and service. Nordson serves a wide variety of consumer non-durable, durable and technology end markets including packaging, nonwovens, electronics, medical, appliances, energy, transportation, construction, and general product assembly and finishing.  Founded in 1954 and headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, the company has operations and support offices in nearly 40 countries. 

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