Danobat announces new headquarters in Rolling Meadows (USA)

The investment will bring new jobs to the region, with an initial seven employees with plans to add to that in the facility.
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Dec 14, 2021

Danobat Inc. is expanding to a second location in the United States to better serve its U.S. based customers, which include manufacturers such as 3M, Delta Airlines, GE, Kennametal, Sandvik, Schaeffler, Solar Turbines, and Timken. Danobat’s new 12,700 square foot headquarters facility will eventually feature a commercial, production and quality control operation allowing it to run test parts and work on machine customizations.  Construction is underway on the new facility with an anticipated completion in the first quarter of 2022.

The company’s U.S. presence

New positions in sales and marketing have been added over the past several months and the company continues to actively recruit to fill additional sales, application and service roles. The new headquarters will house core administrative functions of the company’s U.S. presence including sales, marketing, engineering/part/service divisions, and eventually will become a center of excellence to represent the technologies and capabilities of the brand.

Since 1982, Danobat Inc. has provided equipment for a wide range of cutting-edge industries in the U.S. 

Based on the location of its primary customer base, the company has focused its efforts on domestic expansion, equipment acquisition and reshoring some of its operations. Danobat chose to invest in Illinois due to the state’s robust manufacturing industry and strength in sectors such as aerospace, automotive, rail transport, capital goods and energy generation, while its Texas location will remain focused on the oil and gas industry.

Danobat Inc. has also been growing its U.S. sales network through several strategic partnerships with agents. In the past year, the company has partnered with Maruka covering the states of Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri, Bramac Machinery to focus on our customers in Southern California and Arizona, CS Precision with a presence in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, WSM Technology to cover Northern Ohio and Western Pennsylvania, and Rey Technologies covering Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa.

A leading hub for manufacturing, Illinois is home to over 18,000 manufacturing companies ranging from automotive to agriculture, clean energy, technology, machinery production and beyond. In 2021 alone, more than 40 companies announced plans to expand in or relocate to the state.


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