Earlier today the team at Innovative Technologies along with representatives from the City of Huxley, Huxley Development Corporation, and the Ames Economic Development Commission held a virtual ribbon cutting celebrating the completion of a facility to support the launch of a new division along with production capabilities at this Huxley-based business.
“We are excited about the opportunity to grow and diversify our business in Huxley and Story County,” says Nick Skow, President of Innovative Technologies. “We continue to react to opportunities in the marketplace; expanding our product offerings to meet the needs of our current and future customers. We are pleased to launch our newest division; Innovative Machine Works. Utilizing the latest in CNC technology we are able to deliver highly accurate parts and products in a short turnaround from our central location in Huxley.”
Along with the new facility, investing in state-of -the art equipment and technology has been made. The new equipment includes CNC milling, CNC and Manual turning, and saw cutting. The Innovative Machine Works operation has the capacity to produce 1 to 1,000+ parts along with precision tolerances ranging from +/- 0.0001-0.0005 based on needed specifications. The Innovative Machine Works team can work on a variety of finishes and metals to meet the needs of their customers.
Kevin Deaton, Mayor of Huxley explains, “I am very happy that Innovative Technologies located in Huxley a couple years ago. We are glad they have made the decision to make additional investment while retaining and creating employment in our community.”
The final equipment has arrived in Huxley and will be installed in the coming week. The Innovative Machine Works team stands ready to assist customers needing customized machining work throughout the Midwest. More information can be found at inn-technologies.com.
“It is great to see Innovative Technologies continuing to pursue new opportunities to grow their business,” says Dan Culhane, President & CEO of the Ames Economic Development Commission. “The new division is great for their diversification and the facility expansion, combined with meaningful job growth, is great for the Huxley community.”
The Ames Economic Development Commission (AEDC) organizes and promotes sound economic growth in Ames and central Iowa by stimulating the expansion of existing industry, attracting new enterprises, and assuring a favorable community climate for new ideas and economic growth. To learn more, visit www.AmesEDC.com.
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