UQM Technologies acquires manufacturing facility

  • 08-Jan-2010 09:45 EST

UQM Technologies Inc., a developer and manufacturer of power-dense, high-efficiency electric motors, generators, and power electronic controllers for the automotive, aerospace, military, and industrial markets, has acquired a 129,304 ft² facility on a 30-acre site in Longmont, CO, to support its expected growth in manufacturing operations. The facility, which includes approximately 30,000 ft² of office space, will house the company’s engineering, vehicle integration, and headquarters staff in addition to the company’s high-volume motor and electronics manufacturing operations. Approximately half of the site is available for future facility expansion. The company expects to sell its existing facility once its relocation to the new facility is completed.

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