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Techmer ES opens New Castle compounding facility

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Pictured are TES Engineering Manager Mark Monaco, Managing Director Tom Drye, Delaware Economic Development Office Director Bernice Whaley, CEO John Manuck, Mary Manuck, Gov. Jack Markell, and Director of Manufacturing Farokh Kheradi.

Pictured are TES Engineering Manager Mark Monaco, Managing Director Tom Drye, Delaware Economic Development Office Director Bernice Whaley, CEO John Manuck, Mary Manuck, Gov. Jack Markell, and Director of Manufacturing Farokh Kheradi.

Techmer ES (TES), a leading producer of engineered thermoplastic compounds, opened its New Castle compounding facility with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and facility tour this month.

“We’re very pleased that Techmer ES chose Delaware as the strategic place to consolidate and expand its high-tech manufacturing operations,” said Gov. Jack Markell. “We are pleased that our state’s job growth continues to lead the region, and companies like Techmer ES, which create good jobs in growing industries in the new economy, are key to building on our progress.”

The New Castle site is opening with 60 employees, and TES expects to add another 40 in the next five years as the company responds to market growth. The state-of-the-art building also adheres to TES’s commitment to sustainable business practices.

TES is widely recognized as a leader in the design of advanced materials for 3-D printing applications.

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