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Equus Products opens new headquarters for 30th anniversary

 

During a recent open house, Equus displayed its Innova-branded products, including the flagship Innova 3100 CanOBD2 Diagnostic Tool.
<p>During a recent open house, Equus displayed its Innova-branded products, including the flagship Innova 3100 CanOBD2 Diagnostic Tool.</p>

Equus Products Inc. is celebrating its 30th anniversary in style with a new corporate headquarters in Irvine, Calif. The company’s nearly 100 employees have relocated to the multi-million dollar facility and Equus recently held an open house.

The company designs, develops and supports its Equus and Innova-branded products, including the flagship Innova 3100 CanOBD2 Diagnostic Tool, with over 1,000,000 pieces sold to date. This product alone launched the growth of the world’s best-selling OBDII line, the company notes.

“We are proud to have grown from our humble beginnings as a contract automotive gauge manufacturer to the leading supplier of on-board diagnostic tools, providing millions of customers with complete solutions for their high tech vehicle repairs,” said Ieon Chen, CEO, Equus Products Inc.

“Having all of our departments from R&D to our ASE tech support center under one roof makes us so much more efficient in delivering the highest quality products and support to our customers and end users, as we continue to work toward our vision of market leading innovation for decades to come.”

Chen added that the move included a planned company personnel restructure that positions Equus and Innova for future growth both in the U.S. and international markets. The newly setup Innova de Mexico is a new joint venture company based in Mexico City that will mimic the company’s U.S. operations and facility to support expansion into Mexico and beyond.

For more information visit www.equus.com or www.innova.com.

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