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Freeman Expands Facilities

June 24, 2004
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Building work has started at the headquarters of Freeman Technology, Malvern, UK, to expand the company's administrative, manufacturing and customer facilities. Freeman provides instruments that measure and classify the flow properties of powders and are being widely adopted throughout many different industries. This latest expansion reflects the company's rapid growth and continuing success in global markets, including Europe, the Americas and Japan. Freeman enjoys a rural location within easy reach of the major UK centers of London and Birmingham. The new facilities will result from the restoration of 400-year-old buildings, and completion of the building work is expected during this summer.

For more information, visit http://www.freemantech.co.uk

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