Integrated Automation Systems (IAS), a developer of gas filling, testing and glass handling systems, purchased a building in a suburb east of Cleveland and moved its headquarters, development and production facilities to the location.

“After relocating several times to accommodate our rapid growth, it is nice to be settled into a building that we own and can expand as needed,” says Mike McHugh, IAS president. “Now our team can focus more on our customers’ needs and product development.”

The company went into business five years ago with its OptiGas advanced and integrated gas filling and testing system. It now has nearly two dozen solutions for gas filling and verification, glass handling and quality.

IAS also develops custom solutions for glass fabrication issues. “We have nearly a decade of experience in running glass fabrication operations,” says McHugh. “We’re dedicated to creating solutions to issues that frustrated us and that we see continuing to frustrate companies today.”