What’s Happen’ at EFI’s New NH Facility

On May 8, 2018, EFI held a ribbon cutting ceremony at their recently built Londonderry NH facilities, officially opening their new manufacturing and training building.

Roughly 120 journalists as well as industry and financial analysts were in attendance as CEO Guy Gecht cut the ribbon, marking the latest big move by EFI. After a few short speeches, we were divided up and taken through the facility for a tour.

The new building is roughly 240,000 square feet and will house over 400 employees, many of whom will be hired over the next year or so as EFI continues to grow.

Located only a few minutes from the Manchester NH airport, the offices are in a beautiful area in Londonderry, devoid of major traffic and other buildings. EFI employees are ecstatic to work in the new state of the art facility, equipped with floor to ceiling windows in many parts that flood offices with light. It’s a considerable upgrade from their previous offices.

EFI will use this building for sales, service and customer training and they’ve equipped the large modular training rooms with collaboration tools and equipment.

This is also a manufacturing plant and EFI has the ability to make over 500 printers each year at this location. They also refurbish machines here, rebuilding inkjet nozzles, running image quality analysis on new builds and more.

The new warehouse is especially helpful in fulfilling orders and housing the raw materials they need to manufacture new printers, allowing EFI to keep all materials they need under one roof; another upgrade from their previous set up where they would often need to bring raw materials from other locations, adding more time and steps into their process.

In all, it was a very nice day. The building is absolutely beautiful and will no doubt be considerably more impressive to visiting customers and prospects.

I greatly appreciate the invitation!

-Andy Slawetsky


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