$450, 000 loan approved by Executive Council will help firm move from Mass. to Seabrook
The company offers computer-controlled machining, tube bending, tube fabrication, welding and reverse engineering services.
The Seabrook property at One Chase Way is a 42,700-square-foot, single-story industrial building on 16.72 acres of industrially-zoned land, and was formerly occupied by Teledyne, a manufacturer of high-pressure glass seals now located in Portsmouth.
The council voted unanimously to approve the BFA request, after Councilor Colin Van Ostern, D-Concord, praised the initiative. “This sort of activity is exactly what the BFA can do,” he said.
MacKay retired in March after more than 35 years with the University System of New Hampshire, the last four as chancellor. He replaces Richard Gustafson, who was appointed in August, 2012, and recently resigned.
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