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PaR’s new European Handling Solutions Centre of Excellence in UK now open

PaR Systems (PaR), a global leader in automated handling systems, has opened its new European Handling Solutions Center of Excellence facility location in Lillyhall, Workington. The new facility has been built with workshops for assembly of robotic and remote material handling equipment, together with equipment for the building, testing and refurbishment of nuclear manipulator systems.

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PaR Systems now verified to meet the ASME NQA-1 Regulatory Standard

PaR Systems was recently audited and it was determined that PaR Systems, LLC, meets the ASME NQA-1, 2015 Quality Assurance (QA) Regulatory Standard. As a result of this Assessment, PaR Systems, LLC, will be added to the Master Approved Supplier List (MASL) as a preferred nuclear supplier for the US Department of Energy.

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PaR launches its Europe Handling Solutions Centre of Excellence

28th February 2018: PaR Systems (PaR), a global leader in automated handling systems, will open a new facility at Lillyhall, Workington in early 2018 as a part of a long-term investment PaR has committed to its customers in the UK.
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Minneapolis-based Pohlad family acquires PaR Systems from MML Capital Partners

MINNEAPOLIS – November 1, 2017 – The Pohlad family has acquired Shoreview-based PaR Systems, Inc., a leading provider of integrated robotic automation and specialized material handling solutions, from MML Capital Partners, an international private equity firm.
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PaR Systems, Inc. will be featured on NOVA documentary, "Building Chernobyl’s MegaTomb".

SHOREVIEW, MN, March 11, 2017 - PaR Systems, Inc. (http://www.par.com), a world leader in specialty cranes, automation, and robotic solutions since 1961, plays a major role in the clean-up system for Chernobyl’s New Safe Confinement project.

A major documentary telling the story of Chernobyl’s New Safe Confinement project will be airing in the USA on the PBS network on April 26, 2017 at 8 PM CDT / 9 PM EDT.
This marks the 31st anniversary date of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant accident in Ukraine (April 26, 1986).

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