Veethree Instruments will move to new Florida facility

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Veethree Instruments, a maker of electronic and mechanical instrumentation, purchased a new manufacturing facility in Manatee County, Fla.

The new location is only 4 miles from the current one. Veethree expects to occupy the new facility in June.

The company said consistent growth through the years, coupled with the successful launch of new products, has enabled it to expand the width and depth of its operations. Veethree is expanding from 33,000 square feet to a new state-of-the-art 52,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.

“This is a very exciting time for Veethree Instruments. We look forward to continuing our commitment to Florida-based manufacturing as we grow, improve our products and better meet the needs of our clients,” Veethree product manager Steve Nelson said.

Founded in 1976, Veethree has a worldwide presence as an OEM, defense and aftermarket supplier of instrumentation, clusters, sensors and switches.


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