Cogiscan, the leading track, trace and control solution provider for the electronics manufacturing industry, has completed the move to a new state-of-the-art facility in the heart of the Bromont high-tech industrial park.
Located at 28-B Airport Blvd., the new facility is 50 percent bigger than the prior location and it includes a complete demonstration and training center for hands-on customer training. It was designed and built according to Cogiscan’s specific requirements to accommodate the company’s continued growth.
“This move represents a major milestone in our corporate history. While many vendors are scaling back, we continue to experience rapid growth. The new facility will bring multiple benefits for our customers and business partners who now will have access to world-class facilities,” said Vincent Dubois, Co-President of Cogiscan.
The new facility is located across the street from IBM and the new MiQro Innovation Collaborative Centre (C2MI), an international centre of excellence for electronics assembly research. The research center was recently built by an industry consortium including IBM, Teledyne Dalsa and the University of Sherbrooke. Cogiscan is a member of the C2MI where it will display its leading-edge TTC technology. With the arrival of the C2MI research center and Cogiscan’s new facility, this area has become the center of advanced electronics assembly in the Northeast region.
For more information, interested parties are encouraged to contact Cogiscan at +1 450-534-2644, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cogiscan partners with leading equipment manufacturers and electronics assemblers to create solutions that can integrate with existing systems to provide factory-wide TTC solutions. The company is committed to the development and continuous improvement of solutions to Track, Trace and Control materials and tools on and off the shop floor. For more information, visit www.cogiscan.com.