Dayton, Ohio, USA, October 1, 2017–Invotec Engineering, Inc. joins the HAHN Group—a cross-industry provider of premiere automation solutions.
Invotec Engineering, Inc. has made the strategic decision to become part of the HAHN Group, an international collection of automation companies.
With a presence in 10 countries across North America, Europe, and Asia, the HAHN Group allows Invotec to better service and communicate with multinational companies. In addition, it enables Invotec to leverage the innovations and best practices of the entire HAHN group while continuing to deliver custom manufacturing solutions to customers in the US.
“We’re looking forward to ensuring that Invotec and its mission continue long into the future with a larger pool of resources and an international footprint now available to our organization,” says John Hanna, CEO of Invotec.
Founders John Hanna and Daryl Greywitt will continue the active management of Invotec and remain shareholders. All members of Invotec Engineering and the HAHN Group are looking forward to maintaining a strong, sustainable partnership.
About Invotec Engineering, Inc.: Invotec Engineering, Inc. designs and manufactures custom automation, assembly, test, and inspection equipment for manufacturers in a variety of complex, highly-regulated industries—including medical device and automotive. Invotec’s technical solutions include: complex assembly equipment, controls engineering, error proofing, machine vision systems, mechanical assembly systems, micro laser processing, precision joining, and test systems. Visit www.invotec.com to learn more.
About the HAHN Group: The HAHN Group unites a network of specialized companies to provide industrial automation and robotic solutions. It has its own production facilities in Germany, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Switzerland, Croatia, China, India, Mexico and the USA with more than 800 employees. The main customers served by the HAHN Group are well-known automobile manufacturers and their suppliers, while the Group has also adapted its automation know-how for use in the consumer goods and medical technology industries.
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