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Systecon Inc. Announces Launch of Multi-Million Dollar Expansion in 2014

Systecon Inc. is planning an expansion project that includes a 50,000 square foot addition at its Schumacher Park Drive facility at a cost of $2.1 million. About 81 jobs would be added.

Jan 28 2014, 7:30am CST | by

Systecon Inc. Announces Launch of Multi-Million Dollar Expansion in 2014

West Chester, OH, January 28, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Systecon manufactures high end custom modular HVAC systems used for heating and cooling in schools, hospitals, manufacturing, government and airports. Some of its clients include Intel, Sentinel, Wal-Mart, Saviis, Abbott and Procter and Gamble.

Manufacturing since 1971, Systecon has become a premier player in a growing global business. Recent projects in Africa, Asia and South America continue to grow its capabilities across many vertical industries.

Contact Information:
Systecon Inc.
Chris Huston
513-777-7722
Contact via Email
www.systecon.com

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