Henkel opens new OEM application center in US

Henkel opens new OEM application center in US

11:02 AM, 5th April 2019
The Adhesives General Industry North America leadership team celebrates the official opening of the new OEM Application Center in Rocky Hill, USA.
The Adhesives General Industry North America leadership team celebrates the official opening of the new OEM Application Center in Rocky Hill, USA.

ROCKY HILL, US: Henkel Adhesive Technologies has opened its new OEM Application Center in Rocky Hill, US. The lab expands Henkel’s capabilities to deliver innovative solutions and design customized applications, technologies and production processes to better serve customer needs. The OEM Application Center advances Henkel’s strategy to be a full-solutions provider to customers, especially within the industrial assembly sector.

The lab also incorporates audio visual and interactive telepresence systems, which enable more rapid collaboration and virtual demonstrations with OEM customers, distributors and process operators. This helps to further bolster productivity and increase awareness and knowledge of new applications.

“The OEM Application Center further advances our strategy to be a full solutions provider to our customers, especially within the industrial assembly sector. With its advanced technology and automation, and investment in top-of-the-line equipment, we can more rapidly design and evaluate our innovative and reproducible customer processes,” said Ken Forlenza, Head of Industrial Assembly and Automotive Aftermarket, North America.

“We are excited to announce the opening of Henkel’s new state-of-the-art OEM Application Center, which reflects our commitment to optimizing Henkel’s technical footprint to meet our innovation and growth ambitions. By growing our application development capabilities and extending the breadth of our technologies, we are able to offer tailored manufacturing processing improvements and designs that maximize value for our customers, who are at the center of our innovation model,” said Paul Chaplinsky, Global Head Innovation Portfolio Management.

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