Fronius Plans for New U.S. HQ, Portage, Ind.

Friday, July 01, 2011

Fronius, a developer and manufacturers of battery charging systems, welding technology and solar electronics has announced plans to launch its U.S. headquarters in Portage, Ind. in the third quarter of 2012. Indiana Governor Mitchell E. Daniels and Portage Mayor Olga G. Velazquez joined Fronius executives, employees and other dignitaries in Northwest Indiana at a ceremony on June 23, 2011 of the future site of the Fronius U.S. headquarters.

 
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