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Nestle Usa Research And Development Center Construction Gets Under Way In Solon

24, 2013 /CNW/ – At the ASIS 2013 trade show, CEIA USA today introduced new security solutions to its industry-leading product portfolio. The innovations extend the depth of metal detection and security screening solutions as well as offer full compliance with the latest security standards. CEIA USA specifically announced: New Generation Hand-Held Metal Detectors. CEIA has developed a new line of hand-held metal detectors that combines high reliability and innovative ergonomics with advanced detection and operator signaling features. All are compliant with the NIJ Standard-0602.02 for hand-held metal detectors and can be used indoors or outdoors. In addition, they can be used for up to 100 hours of continuous operation on a single charge of their internal rechargeable batteries. These detectors include the compact CEIA PD140N, the wide search area CEIA PD240 and the industry’s first longer range hand-held metal detector the CEIA PD240C. Elliptic Heavy Duty Walk-Through Metal Detectors. These portable, multi-zone detectors are expressly designed for higher volume security checkpoints that screen a large number of people in a limited amount of time. Both provide superior detection of a full range of metal threat items while offering cutting-edge discrimination technology for personal metal items. Featuring the exclusive CEIA elliptical column design, these detectors offer extremely versatile visual and acoustic signaling capabilities and enable security personnel to have a clear view of individuals passing through the detector. They can be assembled in a few minutes and offer IP65 weather resistant protection. Both detectors are featured in recent reports from The National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security (NCS4) that show how CEIA metal detectors improve fan experience while maintaining consistent and reliable people screening ( https://www.ncs4.com ). These detectors include the CEIA PMD2 Plus/EZHD and CEIA 02PN20/EZHD.

CEIA USA Unveils Leading-edge Solutions, Extending The Reach Of Metal Detection Applications With Industry-first Innovations

The $53 million project could be completed in 18 months. SOLON, Ohio — The site has been cleared and grading has begun on the new Nestle USA Research and Development Center, which could be completed in about 18 months. Officials broke ground in late June off of Cannon Road, where the $53 million, 144,000 square foot Product Technology Center for the company’s frozen food line will be built. “We’re hoping good weather will allow us to have the critical parts of the facility under roof before winter so we can continue work indoors,” said Nestle USA spokeswoman Roz O’Hearn. Solon Councilwoman Nancy Meany echoed those sentiments at council’s Sept. 16 meeting, after voters approved the rezoning of 15 acres on the northwest corner of the company’s property in November 2011, Although the concerns of neighboring family with autistic children were not directly cited, a solid-board construction fence has been installed along Cannon Road. “We’ve cleared trees and started grading last week,” O’Hearn said Sept. 24. “The earth-moving activity will taper off by mid-October, when we will begin digging for the concrete foundations.” That work should end around mid-December, with steel erection starting in November. Scott Westcott, the new head of the Product Technology Center, said earlier that the facility will house offices and labs for about 100 staff “who will work side-by-side with chefs to create foods that are more delicious, wholesome and satisfying.” The existing “R&D” Center employs about 75, part of the roughly 1,900 workers in Nestle USA offices and operational facilities, which came to town in 1968. It’s more good news for Solon,” Meany said at the most recent City Council meeting, where an agreement was introduced to allow Nestle USA to enlarge its detention basin under “Storm Water Best Management Practices.”


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