Dorigo to build new world-class manufacturing facility
While marking its 30th anniversary of providing electronic manufacturing services (EMS), Burnaby BC-based Dorigo Systems unveiled its plans to build of a new state-of-the art manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters to meet growing demand from its customers.
Recognized as a leading provider of EMS services in the Pacific Northwest and throughout Canada, Dorigo Systems’ has grown significantly from when it was established by Mark Pillon, P.Eng. in 1988, to over 100 employees currently working in 45,000 sq. feet of manufacturing space. The next chapter in Dorigo’s expansion, is the planned move to a custom-built corporate campus with over 105,000 sq. feet of manufacturing space located in Burnaby’s prestigious Glenlyon Business Park in the Fall of 2019.New
“This state-of-the-art manufacturing facility represents continued stability and ongoing success for Dorigo Systems,” said Mark Pillon, P.Eng. and President. “Our vision is to operate a world-class facility for years to come to best service the needs of our growing customer base.”
New building is being designed by renowned architect Christopher Bozyk
The new building which has been designed by renowned architect, Christopher Bozyk, and is being built by the highly-respected Beedie Development Group, will offer Dorigo Systems the ability to support several automated surface mount assembly production lines along with current precision electronics manufacturing services all on one level. The new layout of space is designed to optimize speed of production while maintaining the highest quality standards.
Pillon’s commitment to his team of skilled employees is shown in the exemplary working conditions he is planning to provide to staff. A gym and yoga room along with a large restaurant-style cafeteria and outdoor patio are some of the amenities to reward staff for their dedication and commitment to Dorigo’s ongoing success.
“We take great pride in the investment we are making in this new facility as we know it will show stability and confidence in our ability to manufacture the highest quality electronics,” said Pillon. “It represents my vision for the company’s growth now and into the future.”
A model of the new building was unveiled by Mark Pillon, P.Eng. and his General Manger, Vantha Pha along with Ken Pauls, Business Account Manager and Paul Vasvary, business development manager.
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