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Eclipse Automation expands operations

By Canadian Packaging staff   

General Eclipse Automation

Ontario operations in Cambridge to help provide better customer experience.

Cambridge, ON—Eclipse Automation’s newest facility at 110 Thompson Drive in Cambridge, Ont. commenced operations today, adding an additional 15,000 square feet in order to offer customers more flexibility and efficient services.

Eclipse Automation president Steve Mai explains that “the new facility is the next step in expanding service offerings. It will allow a greater focus into manufacturing capabilities and establish a more refined footprint at the 130 Thompson Drive Head Office, leading to greater efficiencies in meeting customer’s turn-key automation needs.”

Located between Eclipse Automation’s head office and fabrication facility, the new development will house machining, service and software departments, helping to unify the company’s offerings with changing customer demands. The expansion will also increase Eclipse’s operational capacity, enabling the company to generate new opportunities that would have otherwise been unattainable.

“Another new facility is definitely exciting news for Eclipse and our customers,” says Mai. “Continued investment in complete in-house automation services, internal automated operational systems development, quality assurance, diversity and our global expansion have been instrumental to our continually increasing market share.”


The additional growth and restructuring in Cambridge is a pro-active response in light of Eclipse’s recent global expansion into the U.S. in both North Carolina and California.

Eclipse Automation is a leading supplier of custom automated manufacturing equipment for the energy, health sciences, transportation, consumer/industrial and telecommunications/electronic industries. Working on a global scale, Eclipse Automation partners with companies of all sizes to build efficient and profitable assembly and testing operations.

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