Process Cooling Systems, Inc. was joined by state and local officials to commemorate the completion of their new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 800 Research Drive in Southgate Business Park in Leominster, MA.
Process Cooling Systems, Inc. new corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility ribbon cutting ceremony.
“This new, 60,000 sq. ft. facility allows us to expand and streamline our engineering and manufacturing operations to better serve our customers,” said Ted Rudy, President of Process Cooling Systems. “My partners and I have been able to grow this business through the help and hard work of our employees, and this new facility is also in part a thank you to all of them.”
Process Cooling Systems would also like to thank the State of Massachusetts, the City of Leominster, specifically Mayor Dean Mazzarella and the City Council, The North Central Chamber of Commerce, MassEcon, IC Credit Union, accounting and consulting firm Shepard and Goldstein, Mulaney and Lund Law Firm, and Southgate Business Park developers Jim Whitney and Barry Cosimi.
The new facility was designed by ahp Architects of Lowell, MA and built by Construction dynamics of Clinton, MA.
Process Cooling Systems currently has 65 employees at its facilities in Massachusetts and South Carolina. With this expansion, they plan to add more employees immediately in all areas of the business, including Engineering, Manufacturing, Service and more.
About Process Cooling Systems
Founded in 1963, Process Cooling Systems, Inc. designs, builds, installs and services process water systems for the plastics industry. For more information about Process Cooling Systems, Inc. visit www.processcooling.net.