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Autonomy Technology becomes first to move into Oxford site

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First Selectman George Temple and State Sen. Robert Kane hold the ribbon as it is cut by Autonomy Technology officials marking their move to Oxford July 2.

First Selectman George Temple and State Sen. Robert Kane hold the ribbon as it is cut by Autonomy Technology officials marking their move to Oxford July 2.


OXFORD-Autonomy Technology, Inc. became the first company to open in the town’s Airport Development zone.
The company relocated from Oregon with nine employees. It is using 10,000 square feet in the building at 353 Christian Street and expects to employ as many as 30 people in the future.
Autonomy distributes electrical components used in the mining, utility and oil and gas businesses.
First Selectman George Temple and State Sen. Robert Kane attended a ribbon cutting ceremony at the facility which is adjacent to the Airport on Wednesday. Also in attendance were Greg Knowles, Michael Scala and Riley Wilson, Autonomy executives and the building’s owners, David and Mark Sippin.
Temple said he was proud the company chose Oxford for its East Coast facility and was impressed with their operation.
Autonomy also has a facility in Las Vegas. It was incorporated by Knowles in Texas in 2004,
First Selectman George Temple and State Sen. Robert Kane hold the ribbon as it is cut by Autonomy Technology officials marking their move to Oxford July 2.

First Selectman George Temple and State Sen. Robert Kane hold the ribbon as it is cut by Autonomy Technology officials marking their move to Oxford July 2.

Michael Mayko

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