In 2013, Integro Technologies built their new corporate headquarters in Historic Downtown Salisbury, North Carolina.
The Integro headquarters houses a 76-seat, stadium style auditorium for trainings and seminars, a specialized lab, over 6,500 square feet of office space, a custom 17,300 square foot shop, and beautiful conference and meeting spaces.
Integro Technologies has an additional five, company-owned sales offices located in Indiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Connecticut, and Maryland.
For your specific machine vision applications, contact us today.
All Integro Technologies’ office locations are staffed with experienced machine vision application engineers.
- Starke Farley– SC, FL, GA, TN , Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, International Locations- (864) 590-1686
- Scott Holbert – KY, MI, IN, IL, OH (317) 914-5522
- Steve Dehlin – NC – (704) 636-9666
- Mark T. Granahan – CT, MA,RI, NH, PA, NJ, NY, ME (860) 690-9246
- Shawn Campion – All other locations – (704) 636-9666
Email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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