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Patti Engineering Relocates Austin Facility to Offer Expanded Services

Patti Engineering, Inc., a control system integration company based in Auburn Hills, MI, with offices in Texas and Indiana, has announced the company's Austin, TX, facility has moved to a new location to better serve area customers. The new facility, close to the company's previous location, is centrally located to continue to serve regional customers, partners and vendors.

The new office is located at The Collective South Congress at 7601 S Congress Ave., Suite 400 in Austin, TX. The 2,600 sq. ft. facility features a large warehouse and workshop space for light industrial activities such as set-up and testing in addition to areas for customer meetings, training classes and materials storage. The staff of six is led by Director of Operations Nick Hitchcock, and provides services such as sales support, design, testing and engineering services.

Founded in Auburn Hills, MI, Patti Engineering expanded operations to Austin in 2010 to diversify its offerings, which has allowed the company to steadily increase its customer base. Partnerships with Siemens, Mitsubishi and FANUC Robotics have been critical to the company's success in the region.

"We are excited to expand our Austin facility, which will allow our Texas engineering team to have more flexibility in the types of systems they can build on site," said Patti Engineering's CEO Sam Hoff. "We have found great success both with our regional customers and the many partners who call Texas home."

For more information contact:

Patti Engineering, Inc.

7601 S Congress Ave., Suite 400

Austin, TX 78748


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