Exterior view of OnLogic building with "Whale Tales" sculpture in the foreground

OnLogic Opens New Global Headquarters

Source: VermontBiz

Global industrial computer hardware manufacturer and solution provider, OnLogic cut the ribbon May 14 on its new 150,000-square-foot global headquarters in South Burlington. 

While the building itself has become a landmark adjacent to the “Whale Tails” on Interstate 89, the campus will eventually add 150 employees. OnLogic Co-founder Roland Groeneveld told VermontBiz that beyond the significance to his own firm, the company helps underpin the opportunity Vermont presents, while the building itself, intentionally along the interstate, shows it off. This is the kind of development the state needs in such a visible location, he said.

About 200 visitors joined in the festivities.

Co-founder Lisa Groeneveld, of the husband/wife team, said they could have put the headquarters anywhere in the US or even in Europe, but chose to locate it in their home state. Lisa Groeneveld is a native Vermonter. She said that this decision was not without challenges, including the lack of housing.

Lisa Groeneveld, US Senator Peter Welch (D-Vermont) and US Representative Becca Balint (D-Vermont) were the featured speakers at the event. They were joined by the OnLogic team, members of the business and tech community, and representatives from ReArch Company, Wiemann Lamphere Architects, and VHB.

“It’s such an inspiring experience to see what happens when cooperation, teamwork, ingenuity, commitment, and discipline work,” said Senator Peter Welch. “This is how all of us not only want to build a business, it’s how we want to build a community, it’s how we want to live, it’s how we want to be in the world, where we’re part of something better, when we show up for work we’re glad to be there. I am awfully proud to be a Vermonter in this OnLogic building celebrating the success of all this hard work by so many people in this company and in this community.”

“It is very inspiring to come here, to see this incredible testament to hard work, teamwork and collaboration,” said U.S. Representative Becca Balint. “OnLogic is a leader in our thriving tech sector here in Vermont, and its successes and continued growth has brought hundreds of jobs to this community and helped solidify Vermont’s place as a growing tech hub. It’s an important driver of innovation and creativity. A project like this, becoming a global headquarters, is such a positive thing not just for this community, but for Vermont as a whole.”

OnLogic is a global industrial computer manufacturer which designs highly configurable, solution-focused computers engineered for reliability at the IoT edge. Their systems operate in the world’s harshest environments, empowering customers to solve their most complex computing challenges, no matter their industry. 

Founded in 2003, the company has offices in the U.S., the Netherlands, Germany, Taiwan and Malaysia. OnLogic has helped more than 70,000 customers worldwide advance their ideas with computers that are designed to last, built to order and delivered in days. 

Located in Technology Park, the facility houses full business and production capabilities for the company. The new space, which broke ground in June of 2022, is four times larger than the company’s former Vermont location on Thompson Street, which they opened in 2004 and expanded in 2015. That building, recently sold, is located “across the street” on the south side of I-89.

Specializing in the design and manufacture of compact industrial computing solutions, OnLogic caters to a diverse clientele, spanning from burgeoning startups to global giants like NASA, Google, and Amazon. Their extensive line of orange systems power manufacturing, automation, advanced agriculture, smart cities, energy management, artificial intelligence, and the industrial internet of things.

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