Burkle North America Announces Headquarters Move to Greensboro Technology Center


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Burkle North America will move its headquarters from Cypress, California, to the Greensboro Technology Center, effective September 30, 2020.

“We are excited to strengthen our presence and make Greensboro, North Carolina, our official national headquarters,” Kurt Palmer, president and chief executive officer of Burkle North America, announced today.  “Making this move will improve service and efficiency between the Burkle and Schmoll factories and our customers, while providing an exceptional showroom for our customers and work environment for our employees.

“Bringing employee groups together into one key location will make Burkle North America a more streamlined and agile company, strengthening our service levels and increasing customer satisfaction.”

Strategically located service technicians and application support personnel will remain in their respective field offices located throughout the United States.

Bürkle North America is the authorized distributor for Robert Bürkle and Schmoll Machinen, both headquartered in Germany, and is responsible for all of their equipment sales, service, and parts support in North America. Bürkle NA serves a variety of manufacturing industries, including printed wiring board fabrication, surfaces/woodworking technologies, photovoltaic module lamination and coating, and plastic card fabrication.

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