Casella Expands US Operations with Sterling, MA Office Location

Leading industrial hygiene and personal monitoring specialist Casella has announced that, as a result of continued strong growth within the US market, its US headquarters have relocated to Sterling, Massachusetts. The move was completed outside of business hours in order to provide a seamless transition for Casella’s clients.

Moving from the current facility in Buffalo, NY, will allow Casella to expand its capacity to hold stock, giving end users even faster and more consistent access to market-leading personal and environmental monitoring equipment, including the dBadge2 noise dosimeter, Apex 2 personal air sampling pump and the Guardian2 complete boundary monitoring solution.

“Our continued growth in the US, especially during a challenging year, is opening up exciting opportunities for us, and this necessary expansion will allow us to provide our team members with a fantastic working environment and give us even greater capacity to support our clients,” explains Phil Bradley, General Manager. “We’ve undertaken the move over the ensuring we minimised any potential disruption to order shipment or in-house product servicing and calibration. We’re excited to move forward in a positive way and aim to continue to  deliver the great level of service our clients have come to expect from us.”

For full information on the relocation, visit https://www.casellasolutions.com/uk/en/news/we-are-moving.html

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