Classic Automation Opens Modernized, Enhanced Test Area
Webster, NY, 2/2/2024] — Classic Automation, a leading provider of industrial electronic spares and repairs, is proud to announce the official opening of its newly expanded testing area. The company celebrated this milestone with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, showcasing the innovative space dedicated to the comprehensive testing of industrial control systems and parts.
The expansion includes state-of-the-art testing racks designed to accommodate the growing demand for reliable systems. The facility's new testing area emphasizes safety in test processes, along with ensuring that customers receive products that meet the highest standards in quality and performance.
To mark the occasion, Classic Automation promotes a series of captivating visuals, including photos and a video timelapse of the construction and setup of the new testing racks. These behind-the-scenes glimpses highlight the company's commitment to continuous improvement and investment in a safe multifunction facility.
"We are thrilled to unveil our expanded testing area, which represents a significant step forward in our commitment to providing top-notch control system parts and repairs to our valued customers," said Rob Collins, Test Manager, and Safety Manager at Classic Automation. "This new area in our facility not only amplifies our testing capabilities but also reinforces our dedication to maintaining the highest standards of safety and quality."
The ribbon-cutting was on 12/21/2023. Classic Automation looks forward to showcasing its enhanced testing facilities and the positive impact it will have on the quality assurance processes for its products.
About Classic Automation
Classic Automation is a leading provider of industrial electronic spares and repairs, offering a wide range of solutions to meet the needs of industries worldwide. With a commitment to quality, safety, and innovation, Classic Automation strives to deliver cutting-edge products and services to its global customer base. We help keep the world's production running. For more information, please visit www.classicautomation.com