CENTA Corp Move to Larger Facility

Monday, June 29, 2009

CENTA Corporation has moved to a new facility in Aurora, Illinois.  The new building features over 23,000 sq ft for office, warehouse and manufacturing and assembly space.  According to Bob Lennon, CENTA Corporation’s Director of Sales and Marketing, the new site will help the company service the significant sales growth it has experienced over the last several years, and will provide the room necessary for forecasted future growth. 

“The growth in demand for CENTA’s products over the last three years, and the forecast for further growth in marine, oil/gas and wind/power generation markets, made this move necessary,” said Lennon.  “The new facility gives us the capacity for additional staff and added inventory to better serve our growing customer base.  The in-house manufacturing capability adds to our local manufacturing initiative and further lessens our dependence on deliveries from our parent company in Germany, while lowering our exposure to global currency fluctuations.”

CENTA Corporation is a division of CENTA Antriebe Kirschey GmbH and manufactures flexible couplings and shafting for power transmission systems in the marine and industrial markets.

(www.centa.info)

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