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07/01/2017

Hanwha Techwin America moves to new HQ

Ridgefield Park, NJ

Hanwha Techwin plans to open new HQ offices on January 16th 2017

To accommodate its recent growth and better serve its customers, Hanwha Techwin America is expanding its operations to a new state-of-the-art facility in Teaneck, New Jersey.

“As a result of the rapid growth and tremendous support Hanwha has experienced over the last few years, we have outgrown our current location, which is a very good problem to have,” said Soonhong Ahn, President, Hanwha Techwin America. “We have designed this new facility to provide the space, capabilities and cutting-edge technologies necessary to meet the needs of and provide the best possible experience for our valued customers, installers and technology partners.”

The new location features a large space for hosting corporate meetings and a dedicated lab area. In addition, Hanwha is installing cameras on the roof overlooking the nearby highways to enable customers and installers who visit the facility to view and evaluate their performance in real-world situations. They will also be used for training sessions Hanwha plans to host in the future.

Hanwha’s new U.S. headquarters is located on the fourth floor of the Glen Pointe Marriot in Teaneck, NJ. The company plans to begin operations in the new location on January 16th.


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