Secret Site Map
Monday, October 20, 2014

Home News Extech Instruments Relocates to New Hampshire

Extech Instruments Relocates to New Hampshire

Supplier News

Extech, along with the Billerica, Mass., operations of parent company, FLIR Systems’ Commercial Systems division to 9 Townsend West, Nashua, N.H

| January 9, 2012

NASHUA, N.H. — Extech Instruments, makers of the handheld test and measurement tools, announces the relocation of its headquarters to an all-new facility in Nashua, N.H.

To accommodate strong growth and to serve customers better in the years ahead, Extech announced the move, along with the Billerica, Mass., operations of parent company, FLIR Systems’ Commercial Systems division to 9 Townsend West, Nashua, N.H. 03063-1233 USA.

The November 21, 2012 opening of the state-of-the-art headquarters signals a significant milestone in Extech and FLIR’s transition towards a unified organization that can better equip customers with innovative, revolutionary and affordable thermal imagers as well as handheld test and measurement technology.

Arpineh Mullaney, vice president for Extech Instruments, commented on the relocation: “As a test equipment company with a forty-year history of innovation, we are excited to embark on the next four decades with a facility that better positions us to continue our leadership in the test and measurement market.”

In the coming months, the Nashua location will house the eastern US operations for FLIR’s Commercial Systems division, supporting the FLIR and Extech brands, as well as FLIR’s marine systems division, Raymarine. The new location will house administrative and corporate offices, customer service and technical support, marketing and sales, quality control, NIST calibration laboratories, repair services, and an extensive warehouse. FLIR’s leading educational institute, the Infrared Training Center, will also be moving to the Nashua location in January 2012.

Extech’s toll free number remains unchanged: 877-2-EXTECH (811-239-8324). The new local number is 603-324-7800.

 

Top news

Extreme Spider Infestation Forces Missouri Family to Relocate

A family was driven from their suburban St. Louis home by thousands of venomous spiders that fell from the ceiling and oozed from the walls.

Landscaper Killed by Bee Swarm

One person is dead and several others are recovering from bee stings after a huge swarm of about 300,000 bees attacked landscapers working outside a home in Douglas (Ariz.), TucsonNewsNow.com reports.

UC Survey Asks PMPs What Are Their Biggest Bed Bug Concerns

University of California urban entomologists have launched an electronic survey to gather information from PMPs about what they are doing to manage bed bugs, and to determine what kind of bed bug research is needed.

AMVAC Introduces Nuvan Directed Spray Aerosol

Featuring the active ingredient dichlorvos (DDVP) the product can be used to control bed bugs, cockroaches, fleas and 21 other structural pests.

WCBB Raising Funds to Help Injured Industry Professional

Trade group Wildlife Control Business Builders (WCBB) is raising funds to help ECO Wildlife Solutions' Susan Sims, who suffered serious injuries as a result of a ladder fall.

x