Getting closer to US customers

Friday, 26. May 2017

The MESCO Group has opened a new subsidiary in the US. A new competence center, headed up by Ken Hoover, will be established at the site near Boston, Massachusetts.  

Left to right: Ken Hoover, Alex Tabora, Markus Bachmann

With its new Newburyport subsidiary, MESCO aims to consolidate its position at an international level in the future and tap into new markets. “With demand from the US continuing to rise and customer proximity essential, it is important that we offer a local interface,” said Thomas Best, Managing Director of the MESCO Group.

Starting with three employees, the US team will focus on hardware and software development for automation components, concentrating on industrial communication, functional safety, and explosion protection.

MESCO has been a professional partner for hardware and software development services in the area of factory and process automation for more than 25 years.

The new contact details – from July 2017:
MESCO Engineering, Inc.
29 Water Street, Suite 301
Newburyport, MA 01950
USA

Phone: +1 978 358-7881

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