EIT, LLC a Sterling, VA based Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) provider is excited to announce it will be relocating its Northern Virginia (NOVA) operations to the Oaklawn section of Leesburg, VA. EIT will custom-build a new 70,000 square foot manufacturing and operations facility that is expected to be ready for occupancy by September, 2016.
David Faliskie, President of EIT, summarized the announcement as “A wonderful opportunity for EIT. The move will allow our team in NOVA to efficiently and cost effectively work from one facility in Leesburg. EIT wishes to remain competitive and a leader for our customers. We have worked closely with Oaklawn Development Partners and the Town of Leesburg to make this possible, and we are very excited to be able to merge our operations & headquarters into this new Leesburg facility. Easy access to Leesburg Executive Airport and local transportation infrastructure make the site a very attractive and pleasant location for both our employees and customers. EIT headquarters and manufacturing will remain in NOVA. We will continue to operate our facilities in Danville, VA and Salem, NH and with their support and manufacturing capacity w e expect the move to Leesburg to be smooth for our customers.”
Kristen Umstattd, Leesburg Mayor, said “I am thrilled about EIT’s decision to make Leesburg their home. Our Economic Development staff has been paving the way for this move and I foresee a very bright future for both EIT and the Town”.
Marantha Edwards, Economic Development Director for the Town of Leesburg added, “Their expertise in design through fulfillment is key for their business success and the growth of this industry in Leesburg, which translates into job creation and a positive impact on the sense of community in Leesburg.”
Joe T. May, EIT Founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) as wel l as a former 20 year member of the Virginia House of Delegates said, “We’ve looked at Leesburg as a potential home for quite some time. Leesburg has welcomed us and we are very pleased to finally be in position to move our operations.”