Elo to open facility in Knoxville

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Elo, a provider of interactive touchscreen solutions, will open an 87,000-square-foot facility that will be home to warehouse, logistics, service, product configuration and other customer facing functions such as tech support and inside sales in Knoxville, Tennessee, according to a press release. The company expects to open the facility in the late summer of 2021, expanding Elo’s investment in Knoxville and will initially be home to 80 Elo employees, with plans to grow in the future.

“Expanding Elo’s footprint in the Knoxville area, near where we invented the first touchscreen 50 years ago, is a point of pride and a testament to the American innovation story,” Craig Witsoe, Elo’s CEO, said in the press release. “With the construction of our new facility in Hardin Valley well under way, Elo is deepening our roots in East Tennessee and reminding many that the Knoxville area is the birthplace of the touchscreen.”

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