Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Beckhoff Automation opens new office in North Carolina

March 2, 2020
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Beckhoff's new office in Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo: Beckhoff AutomationBeckhoff's new office in Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo: Beckhoff Automation

Beckhoff Automation has moved its regional office in Charlotte, North Carolina, to a larger location to meet growth in customer base and market share.

Boasting nearly 4,400 square feet, the new office enhances workspaces for local sales and support engineers. It also adds a spacious training room for customers and a state-of-the-art showroom to showcase the latest in new automation technology from Beckhoff.

The office’s showroom will include high-tech demos and a product display wall to give all customers hands-on experience with new Beckhoff technologies. With these expanded capabilities, Beckhoff will continue growing its presence and customer base in the Charlotte area.

“While Beckhoff already has demonstrated significant success in the area, the new Charlotte office will present those in the Southeast region with greater access to automation hardware and software through our increased capacity for local training, seminars and support,” says Graham Harris, East region manager for Beckhoff Automation LLC, in a statement. “The office location is also more conveniently located for current Beckhoff clients and promotes more opportunities with potential customers in the area.”


In addition to the expansion in Charlotte, Beckhoff plans to open several new U.S. facilities in 2020 and 2021 in or near Denver, Los Angeles, Houston, Milwaukee and Orlando.

Along with its U.S. headquarters in the Minneapolis area, Beckhoff maintains numerous regional offices in prominent metropolitan areas across North America. Headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, Beckhoff Canada maintains a regional office in Montreal, Quebec, and will open a regional office in Vancouver, British Columbia, in 2020. Beckhoff Mexico was established in 2019 in Mexico City.

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