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New Home for Innos

September 13, 2006
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The UK’s leading research and development company for innovations in nanoscale technology, Innos, has announced that it is relocating its headquarters to the technology and research site at Millbrook in Southampton. The expansion to the new 1066m2 office and clean room facility marks the company’s ongoing expansion strategy, facilitating its increasing activity within the industrial and academic sectors, in addition to the growing technical and operational workforce.


The development and installation of the a world-class clean room fabrication facility at the site will enable Innos’ engineers to perform essential fabrication processes in the UK. The site will operate in conjunction with the state-of-the-art 2650m2, class 100-10,000, MiPlaza R&D industrial research facility in the Netherlands, currently used by Innos.

Business development director at Innos, Alec Reader, commented, “We are delighted to announce the opening of our new offices. As a forward thinking company, Innos is playing a big part in, and preparing for, the next wave of innovation and advanced technologies. The move will ultimately strengthen our scalability as the demand for expertise and skill in these areas inevitably increases.”





















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