Jungbunzlauer has announced its new North American headquarters in Newton, Mass., which will allow the company to continue growing and working together and serving its customers in a more open and collaborative environment, while enjoying the benefits of a modern office space. This new headquarters marks the second new North American facility opened in under three years. Jungbunzlauer said it’s committed to growth in the United States and Canada, while continuing to serve customers and help them to manufacture safer and healthier products.

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