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Bobcat Opens Collaboration Center in Minneapolis

July 8, 2019
Bobcat picked Minneapolis because of its airport.
Photo by Viktor Hanacek

Doosan Bobcat has opened a Global Collaboration Center to house some of its global functions and provide space for collaboration.

“The Global Collaboration Center will further advance the pioneering spirit of Doosan Bobcat by paving the way to new levels of innovation and success,” said CEO Scott Park in a press release. “Our future is exciting, and the collaborative nature of the center will move us farther and faster.”

Located in downtown Minneapolis, the 10,600-square-foot office space features open work areas for a collaborative environment, the company says, including a “team room, huddle areas, community space, and a hospitality area for guests.”

The company said it chose Minneapolis because it provides accessibility for global employees and visitors via the nearby Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, and is within a short drive or quick flight from its headquarters in West Fargo and other facilities in North Dakota.

“Minneapolis has long been recognized as a hotbed of technology and engineering talent,” said Park. “We’re excited for Doosan Bobcat to become a part of this vibrant community and contribute to its innovative spirt with our growing team of professionals.”

Doosan Bobcat North American operations are based in North Dakota, with administrative, sales and marketing offices in West Fargo, and production and engineering facilities in Gwinner, Bismarck, and Wahpeton, North Dakota; and Litchfield, Minnesota. Its Acceleration Center is in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Source: Doosan Bobcat

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