DANVILLE, VIRGINIA NOVEMBER 21, 2011 EIT, LLC (www.eit.com) dedicated their new facility at the Cyber Park in Danville with a ribbon cutting ceremony, open house and lunch for customers, suppliers, employees and local & state officials. The 60,000 square foot building is the second manufacturing facility in Danville for EIT and is named for Hal P. Demuth, a long term EIT contributor and board member. EIT was honored to have Betty Demuth, the wife of Hal present for the dedication and grand opening. EIT’s newest addition will focus on manufacturing of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBA). The facility will also offer test, mechanical assembly and fulfillment services. The building was designed to be flexible and features an open floor plan, ANSI/ESD S20.20 compliant flooring and climate & humidity control throughout the manufacturing area. EIT, headquartered in Sterling, VA provides electronic manufacturing and engineering services for a wide variety of customers.
Left: Joe May, EIT Chairman of the Board & CTO with Betty Demuth
Right: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the New facility