ERA to construct new headquarters, building for research and development

- Pardubice, Czech Republic.

ERA announced today that it would construct a brand new headquarters building adjacent to its current factory location in Pardubice, Czech Republic. The company is experiencing increased demand for its products and services which is driving the need for additional development and administrative space. The modern four story building will house as many as 190 people.

“We are delighted that our business is growing at a pace that requires us to expand and modernize our facilities. It is due to the market’s acceptance of both our civilian and military product lines. This new office building will substantially improve our ability to deliver new and enhanced products with better quality in shorter timeframes", stated Viktor Sotona, ERA Managing Director.

Official planning permission has already been received and construction is expected commence during the summer of 2015.

The company increased the volume of job orders in the civil area and managed to complete the contract process with several military customers who have purchased VERA-NG DPET systems. Thus research and development activities were emphasized and the number of ERA employees increased by 20 percent to its current (but non final) 260.



ERA to construct new headquarters, building for research and development

ERA to construct new headquarters, building for research and development

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