Brokk relocates Washington facility

By Mike Brezonick25 May 2021

Brokk new facility Brokk has relocated its Monroe, Wash., headquarters in an effort to decrease lead time and increase support for Brokk and Aquajet customers on the West Coast.

Brokk, a global manufacturer of remote-controlled demolition machines and attachments, has relocated its Monroe, Wash., U.S. facilities, consolidating service for customers in western North America. The move brings administration, sales, training, parts and service under a single roof for better customer response and a more streamlined operation, the company said.

The new facility also provides an additional 7000 sq. ft. over the company’s former location, creating more room for in-house mechanical training for customers. The move also increases equipment and parts inventory for both Brokk demolition robots and Hydrodemolition equipment from sister company Aquajet. The new facility will function as the North American headquarters for Brokk and Aquajet and the main parts distribution center for North America.

Brokk new facility Brokk’s new facility provides an additional 7000 sq. ft. over the company’s current location, which is intended to create more room for inventory, administration and training for both Brokk and Aquajet customers.

“Brokk has grown exponentially in North America over the years — expanding to include three facilities and a sales network that reaches every corner of the continent,” said Lars Lindgren, president of Brokk Inc. “We’re always looking for ways to better support our customers, such as continued training. The new facility gives us ample room to stock more inventory and offer more services to better serve our West Coast customers.”

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