Kamstrup opens new North American HQ   

Smart metering technology company Kamstrup Water Metering opened its new North American HQ and manufacturing facility in Forsyth county, Georgia, US, on 21 Mar 2024. With this move, Kamstrup has grown its North American operations and manufacturing capacity, expanding into a 150,000ft2 space at Forsyth Commerce Centre in Cumming.  

Kamstrup’s ribbon cutting ceremony

Based in Denmark with employees in over 20 countries, Kamstrup is a supplier of intelligent metering solutions and services, working to reduce waste and optimise the production and distribution of clean water and energy. Kamstrup began operating in the US in 2013.

In North America, Kamstrup is focused on supporting water utilities with ultrasonic metering solutions, network communications, and software applications

“Our Georgia address is a key part of our strategy,” said Bruce Bharat, vice-president and country manager for Kamstrup. “Atlanta is a global hub for innovation and Kamstrup is a technology-driven company. Our expanded facility matches our commitment to bringing our customers the industry’s most advanced and reliable water metering solutions.”

Kamstrup helps water utilities respond to challenges, including decreasing supply, increasing costs, and growing populations. Kamstrup products include residential, commercial, and industrial meters featuring solid-state, ultrasonic technology, and software designed to analyse data and digitise water utility operations.

Its US customers include utilities in El Paso, Jackson, Madison County and Greer

Kamstrup worked with real estate company JLL executive vice-president Joey Kline on the lease. “The new location acts as their North America HQ, strategically chosen in the metro Atlanta area for its diverse talent, efficient transportation and cost-effective operations,” he added. “Kamstrup’s 15-year commitment to Forsyth Commerce Centre, increasing its industrial footprint to over four times its previous capacity, underscores the company’s strong dedication to this region.”

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