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SENCO Unveils Global HQ in Cincinnati

SENCO Unveils Global HQ in Cincinnati
May 25
12:56 2023

Fasteners and power fastening tools manufacturer KYOCERA SENCO Industrial Tools opened its new global headquarters in Cincinnati.

“The newly renovated facility will bring employees from all SENCO divisions under the same roof, allowing closer collaboration and improved quality control, as well as fostering innovation,” the company stated.

The grand opening follows an extensive expansion and renovation of the company’s production facility that began in 2021. Prior to completion, the 500,000 sq ft facility was home to SENCO’s manufacturing plant, where SENCO nails and staples have been made since the 1970s, as well as the company’s engineering and product management teams.

The renovation project added 32,000 sq ft of new office space for business operations staff, including executive, sales, marketing and administrative teams. SENCO employs 400 American workers, approximately 80% of whom are now headquartered at the new facility.

“SENCO products are sold in more than 40 countries worldwide, and we’re proud of our long legacy of quality and innovation,” stated CEO Cliff Mentrup. “This new facility will enable us to chart the future of that reputation through greater communication and collaboration, and allow us to continuously improve the tools and fasteners relied on by builders all over the world, from right here in our hometown of Cincinnati.”

The facility also features 8,000 sq ft of newly renovated and optimized manufacturing space, including a dedicated assembly line for SENCO’s new built-in-the-USA pneumatic framing nailers. These new framing nailers — the FN81T1 and FN91T1 — deliver 18 percent more nail-driving power than previous models and competing tools.

Kyocera Corporation, of Kyoto, Japan, acquired SENCO in 2017 and has invested millions of dollars in the Cincinnati facility to support manufacturing equipment and research and development projects over the past four years.

The construction project began in January 2022 and was recently completed with all Cincinnati based employees now working from the updated facility.

Parent company Kyocera Corp. of Japan, which acquired SENCO in 2017, has invested millions of dollars in the Broadwell Road facility to support manufacturing equipment and R&D projects over the past three years.

Established in 1948 by Albert Juilfs, SENCO designs and manufactures fasteners and power fastening tools for residential, commercial, manufacturing and construction applications. SENCO’s manufacturing and marketing are concentrated in the U.S. and Europe, with products sold in more than 40 countries. Web:

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