NECI Announces Events to Celebrate the Opening of Its Newly Opened Portsmouth, New Hampshire Office
A ribbon cutting, customer open house, and recruitment open house will take place over the next month and a half to celebrate the new office
MANSFIELD, MA (September 4, 2019) – NECI (formerly New England Controls) announced today that a ribbon cutting will take place on Thursday, September 5th, 2019 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, at its newest engineering office, located at 200 International Drive, Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The new office supports advanced engineering programs for the process and hybrid industries. A temporary office had been running at oHive on Fleet Street in Portsmouth since January. To-date, seven professionals have been hired to staff the new facility, and NECI hopes to hire about 30 more by the end of 2020 in key roles, including engineers, solution architects, customer success managers, and account executives.
In addition to the ribbon cutting, NECI is also hosting a customer open house on October 16th, 2019 from 4:00 pm-7:00 pm, as well as a recruitment open house on October 17th, 2019, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Headquartered in Mansfield, Massachusetts, NECI also has offices in Bangor, Maine and Cromwell, Connecticut. The Portsmouth-based office is strategically significant and will enable NECI to deliver more local support for their clients in the North Shore region and throughout New Hampshire and southern Maine.
This level of growth for NECI is driven by the industrial internet of things, which includes connected services, integrated devices and analytics. NECI believes a high level of robust growth will continue for the foreseeable future, especially as opportunities for intelligent manufacturing and an on-demand service models continue to drive the current industrial transformation. A large part of delivering digital transformation outcomes are the in-plant service providers working locally to help deliver on our customers competitive advantage.
“Our official ribbon cutting will be a representation of growth and opportunities at NECI,” said Tom Ramundo, President of NECI. “It’s really exciting to see an employee-owned business rooted with a deep, 50-year history really take on the role of innovator and industry leader. Our current level of growth is unprecedented, and I’m excited to see what a new, very focused team of highly skilled experts can do in the Portsmouth office.”
NECI is looking to hire experienced engineers who understand enterprise applications,manufacturing execution systems, control systems, programmable logic controllers, asset performance, process instrumentation, and data integration, and process experts who have knowledge and experience helping clients optimize operations in life science, biotechnology, and the process industries. A complete list of open positions and job descriptions is available here.
NECI delivers a broad scope of products, engineering services, training, maintenance, and asset reliability services required to solve manufacturing process control needs. Serving the life sciences, power generation, pulp & paper, gas distribution & transmission, water & wastewater and various other industries, NECI is a member of the Emerson Impact Partner Network. Learn more at: www.NECI.com
About the Emerson Impact Partner Network
Across North America, Emerson strategically partners with twenty-one local companies to assist with delivery, ensure quality, and maximize lifetime value of assets while in use. These strategically selected local representatives, called Emerson Impact Partners, offer the tools, services, subject matter experts, local expertise, and technologies within and beyond Emerson’s portfolio to serve area needs.
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