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Chilworth Relocates North American Headquarters

August 16, 2011
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Chilworth Global recently announced it has relocated to new North American headquarters in Princeton, N.J. In addition to housing the company’s growing North American workforce, the new facility features four expanded state-of-the-art process safety testing laboratories and an expansive training theater that houses the Chilworth Process Safety Academy.

Chilworth Global provides process safety-related consulting, training, and testing services for industries such as aerospace, agrochemicals, bio solids, chemicals/fine chemicals, electronics, plastics, rubber, and wood/paper. The company provides more than 300 standard test procedures and a variety of customized testing in its specialized high-pressure laboratories and at its remote test site.

“Our expanded laboratory testing facilities enable us to better serve a diverse range of client needs,” said Vahid Ebadat, CEO of Chilworth North America. “Our clients are continually developing new products, equipment, and technologies and conceptualizing processes using new materials and unique, extreme conditions. As a partner in their success, Chilworth testing capabilities and expertise must be at the forefront of process safety globally. Our new laboratories better enable us to develop the tests our clients need to assess the safety and performance of their products, materials, technologies, and processes.”

For more information, visit www.chilworthglobal.com.

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