Control systems maker ProSystems relocates and expands
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In a move to expand production and sales space, blown film extrusion equipment manufacturer ProSystems Integration LLC has relocated its headquarters from Westerly, Rhode Island, to Ashaway, Rhode Island.
In a move to expand production and sales space, U.S.-based blown film extrusion equipment manufacturer ProSystems Integration LLC has relocated its headquarters.
Formerly based in Westerly, Rhode Island, ProSystems – which makes customized control systems – has now moved to Ashaway, Rhode Island.
“The move allows us a greatly improved production layout, for a higher output capacity to help us to meet the growing demand for our products,” said Steve Pinelli, ProSystems’ vice president of sales and marketing. “Our entire staff has made the move with us and we will be looking to increase our team as the demand allows.”
The move also serves customers by its proximity to US Extruders Inc., Pinelli added. Founded last year, US Extruders is also headquartered in Ashaway. The start-up was founded by extrusion industry veterans Bill Kramer and Dan Schilke.
In addition to making control systems for sheet and blown film extrusion equipment, ProSystems – which was founded in 2000 – also serves the medical, aerospace, wire and cable, and the fibre optic industries.
The company’s engineering capabilities allow the ProSystems team to design drive control systems for a variety of industrial applications, offer in-plant servicing of existing controls systems, enable high-technology companies to improve existing control systems and develop new control systems for markets. “Our programmers are capable of designing these programs from the ground up or create improvements to existing programs with extensive experience in hardware integration,” Pinelli said.