Dahua Technology USA will be going red, white and blue when it begins production of its mobile solutions portfolio for the transportation industry. Products will be assembled at a new facility in Stafford, Texas, by a staff primarily comprised of former US Military veterans, an initiative that is supported by local and state governments. The new location is slated to open in June.
Dahua will train and employ a portion of its workforce with individuals who are qualified by the Veteran’s Association and the Texas Workforce Commission, which addresses unemployment in the state. Among the initial line supervisor and operations positions, Dahua will hire management trainees who are eligible for the GI Bill.
“Dahua’s expansion to Stafford represents two milestones: assembly of our products in a US location and a workforce partially comprised of US Military veterans,” said Steven Cruz, senior business development manager, North America, Strategic Transportation Solutions. “We are proud to provide former US military veterans more opportunities and support the economy of Texas as Dahua expands its North American footprint.”
Designed specifically for the mobile environment, the Dahua mobile transportation solution is a line of modular transportation solutions—rugged exterior network cameras, multi-channel recording devices, universal power supplies, and emergency back-up—that help transportation entities to minimize risk, decrease litigation, acquire credible evidence, reduce operating costs, and enforce organizational standards.
Dahua Technology USA maintains its corporate offices in Irvine, California and recently opened a second facility in Franklin, Massachusetts.