Robot cuts ribbon on Hyperion Automation’s new facility

Hyperion Automation recently took a unique approach to the traditional ribbon-cutting event to celebrate the opening of its new building.
A robot did the honors, showcasing one of the company’s recent projects, a fully integrated manufacturing cell. 
In addition to full-systems integration, Hyperion Automation provides a wide range of custom-engineered automation solutions including robotics, vision systems, assembly, and inspection and testing for a wide range of industries, from automotive to food processing to furniture manufacturing.

Hyperion President Jeremy Wright speaks at the company's ribbon-cutting.
“Providing nimble custom solutions requires flexibility,” says Hyperion President Jeremy Wright, “and this new space will give us the room we need to problem-solve and build larger, more complex manufacturing cells or multiple cells at a time.”
Additional 15,000 feet
The expansion, located off West 64th Street in Holland, is a newly constructed 15,000-foot facility, doubling Hyperion’s previous footprint and adding larger, more flexible floor space for solutions built in-house.
The firm provides custom automation solutions that improve quality, output and safety for distributors and manufacturers throughout the country. For over 25 years, companies have relied on Hyperion’s responsive service and flexibility in solutions that include self-driving vehicles, robotics, vision systems, and full-system integrations. 

The company expects this growth will accommodate an estimated dozen new jobs in the next few years.

Hyperion Automation's expansion, located off West 64th Street in Holland, is a newly constructed 15,000-foot facility.
Wright lauded his team for their hard work and thanked vendors and customers for their support. 
“With over 25 years of business in Holland, it’s great to have the support of the community and our customers to continue to grow Hyperion Automation,” Wright says. 

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