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COMET Relocates to Expanded Offices

Published: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 - 22:00

COMET North America recently moved its headquarters to an expanded facility in Stamford, Connecticut. The newly renovated 12,000 sq. ft facility will be headquarters for the company’s vacuum capacitor, dosimetry, industrial X-ray products, and FEINFOCUS microfocus X-ray inspection systems and services.

The Stamford offices are the former home of FEINFOCUS, which was acquired by COMET in April 2004. COMET reports that it decided to relocate the newly integrated companies due to the offices’ potential for expansion and its convenient location. The facility features two applications labs, enhanced testing and repair facilities for RF and X-ray products, more than 6,000 sq. ft of warehouse capacity, and additional meeting and office accommodations.

Fore more information, visit www.cometna.com.

 

 

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