Henschel Dedicates New Combined Facility At New Location in Newburyport

Henschel Corporation, a unit of General Signal, recently dedicated its new plant in Newburyport, Mass. The newly constructed facility combines office, design, research and development, and manufacturing spaces. Henschel's move to this new location in historic Newburyport follows 50 years of operation in nearby Amesbury, Mass.

The modern, single-level building contains 82,000 square feet and is located on 24 acres of land in an industrial park. The company's 190 employees occupy this entire facility.

Henschel president George U. Curry stated that the new facilities will support the company's emphasis on advanced design work. This modern plant will improve its capability to design and manufacture the latest in electronic equipment. The facility contains a complete CAD/CAM installation, electrical/electronic assembly areas, full machine shop, and foundry.

The plant is organized for efficient manufacture of Henschel's traditional line as well as new electronic products.

Henschel has been a leader in the design and manufacture of marine products since 1919. Its ship control and interior communications equipment and systems are sold worldwide and used aboard both Navy and merchant ships.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 50,  Mar 1985 New England

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