PMC Sets Up U.S. HQ in Golden
Boulder County Business Report
GOLDEN - PMC Technology, a maker of hydraulic components for windmills and other equipment, is making Golden its first U.S. operations facility.
The Denmark-based company, which is a subsidiary of Sweden-based PMC Group AB, signed a 43,320-square-foot lease in the Coors Technology Center in Golden. The location will serve as PMC Technology's first U.S. facility as well as its parent company's North American headquarters.
Golden is relatively close to PMC's biggest U.S. customer, Vestas Americas in Brighton, which was critical to site selection," Mikkel Johnsen, PMC's purchase and planning manager, said in a statement.
Vestas Americas is a subsidiary of Denmark-based Vestas Wind Systems A/S, which make wind turbines.
The PMC site includes 5,380 square feet of office space and 37,940 square feet of manufacturing and warehouse space. Denver-based Frederick Ross Co. helped broker the deal.
The company anticipates that the site will be operational by February 2010.