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Novomatic Americas to Relocate Headquarters

Novomatic Americas to Relocate Headquarters

Novomatic Americas, the U.S. arm of Austrian gaming giant Novomatic AG, announced it will relocate its headquarters from Mount Prospect, Illinois to a new, specially designed location in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. The move is intended to enable expanded R&D and distribution capabilities.

The new headquarters site is equipped with large manufacturing spaces, a high-performance distribution infrastructure and prime accessibility.

“This is an exceptional opportunity for Novomatic Americas, offering a more spacious environment with new opportunities for working smarter,” said Novomatic Americas CEO Rick Meitzler.

The move of all administrative and development teams to Novomatic’s new headquarters will be done gradually, over a transition period of the next three months.

The building features 26-foot ceilings, five truck docks, and heavy power, lab/showroom/technician buildout. It is fully temperature-controlled.

In other company news, Novomatic extended its distributor contract with APEX PRO Gaming covering North America and the Caribbean, plus the acquisition of selected assets of Apogee Gaming. Novomatic Americas Sales will be the single point of contact with regards to APEX PRO gaming equipment in North America and the Caribbean market.

The deal combines Novomatic Americas’ successful product offering with the popular APEX Clover Link And Clover Link Extreme product lines and adds more progressive link power to the popular Novomatic Americas link families.

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