Brooks Instrument Moves Celerity's Assets To Its Headquarters

March 22, 2010
Relocating the production line to global headquarters allows Brooks to monitor customer orders more efficiently.

Brooks Instrument, provider of advanced flow measurement, control and level solutions, opened a new production line for the recently acquired pressure gauge product family at its headquarters in Hatfield, Pa.  Brooks acquired the pressure gauge products through its acquisition of certain assets of Celerity's Instrumentation division in June 2009.
 
The pressure gauge product family not only includes pressure gauges, but also pressure switches and pressure transmitters.
 
"This is a great product line for Brooks Instrument, as it compliments our flow business very well. The fact that we offer pressure switches and transmitters in addition to the pressure gauges provides our customers with some great options," says Steve Kannengieszer, director of marketing, Mass Flow Products at Brooks Instrument. "Relocating the production line to our global headquarters allows us to monitor customer orders more efficiently and ultimately improve customer satisfaction."
 
Manufacturing of the pressure gauge products will be supported in Allen, Texas, as well as the new Hatfield, Pa. location, for a brief period to ensure there are no customer interruptions as the new production line ramps up.

For more information, visit: www.BrooksInstrument.com.

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