CP Technologies, a standard and custom rugged computer hardware designer and manufacturer, has opened its new 50,000 square-foot facility in Prescott.
CP Technologies was acquired by Israeli-based Aeronautics in 2018 and, since that time, has expanded its offerings beyond rugged high-performance computer platforms, data links and LCD displays for the military and industrial and commercial markets. Now, the company provides solutions from CP Aeronautics, which is focused on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle solutions, and CP Systems, which specializes in systems that include contract manufacturing support.
The new new two-story headquarters houses the CP North America brands, including CP Technologies, CP Aeronautics and CP Systems. Company officials said the building gives the company the space it needs to bring 200 additional employees to the area over the next three years.
CP Technologies President and CEO Mike McCormack said the company is proud to be a part of the growing tech and business community in Arizona.
“The opening of this facility marks a major milestone for the CP brand and provides the needed expansion of our capabilities as a manufacturer to serve our customers worldwide,” McCormack said.
Gov. Doug Ducey attended the opening of the facility and expressed his enthusiasm for this move.
“CP Technologies represents another exciting high-tech company that’s chosen to relocate its headquarters from California to Arizona,” Ducey said. “This move puts CP Technologies front and center with Arizona’s growing technology and manufacturing sectors. We’re grateful for their investment in Prescott and look forward to their continued expansion.”