Manufacturer of undersea cables plans to expand workforce at Pease
After looking around the Seacoast, Barry said they decided upon the new 66,000-square-foot facility on Pease, which they lease from Kane Co. He said the space was ideal because it could be set up to meet the company’s specifications, including creating areas that regulate temperature or humidity for production.
“Since we’ve been here, we’ve hired about 20 people since December,” Barry said, adding the company staggered the move to ensure operations continued.
He said Teledyne DGO works closely with the Groton Boat Yard in Connecticut and provides some materials to the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine.
The company serves a variety of industries, including oil and gas, defense, power generation, oceanography, aerospace and biomedical firms.
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