December 4, 2001
Columbia Tech, a subsidiary of Coghlin Companies Inc., announced it is hiring 30-40 caring associates to support their growth and facilities expansions.
Columbia Tech specializes in product development and manufacturing services. According to a company press release, the new hires will be in the planning, assembly and engineering areas. Additionally, the hiring expansion is part of Columbia’s growth with existing clients and several newly awarded contracts.
“Columbia Tech’s expansion reflects the increase in market demand for capital equipment OEM’s seeking third party time to market resources to assist in bringing new product innovation to market quicker and more cost effectively than ever before,” explained Gerry Burns, executive vice president and general manager of Columbia Tech. “With the market responding so positively to our advanced model, we are bringing on a larger team to accommodate current and future growth and intimate customer support. We never want our customers to miss a market opportunity and we have positioned the company accordingly.”
For more information, visit Columbia Tech.
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