The new offices of Hammrtech are nestled between the one time Ridgewood School and the former A & S Steel Building in south Campbell County along Highway 116.

Thursday, the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for chamber member Hammrtech and the official opening of its new location.

In February, Hammrtech moved from founder and president Steve Ditmer’s home to offices at 1186 Highway 116 at Caryville.  Ditmer, who began Hammrtech in 1995, was joined by his son Andrew in 2009, saw his staff recently grow from a staff of five to 10.  The younger Ditmer, a Campbell County High School alum, is the company’s CTO, chief technology officer.

TOP PHOTO:  Steve Ditmer is assisted by his daughter Lydia in cutting the big orange ribbon.

Andrew Ditmer explains to Melinda Wilson with PCUD about a Hammrtech sliding web cam cover

In today’s fast-paced world, no one can avoid using technology.  At Hammrtech, they help clients keep ahead of the curve.  They specialize in high-tech solutions and help meet the customers’ needs in the constantly changing landscape of the 21st century.

Andrew Ditmer welcomed Thursday’s crowd and showed them around the new office

Hammrtech is offering a free seminar next month as part of its mission to keep its clients and others ahead of the curve.  The Cybersecurity Seminar is Thursday, May 9, 3 pm to 5 pm.  Register HERE or by calling 423.437.1003.

Andrew Ditmer (far right) ties down the company’s new banner while Skylar McCreary (L) and Tim Bigelow offer support.

WLAF’s new website that debuted May 21, 2018, was designed by and is supported by Hammrtech.  The chamber of commerce website is also a creation of Hammrtech.  Connect HERE to learn how your business or individual needs can be enhanced by Hammrtech.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED  04/11/2019-6AM)