SOUTHBURY – As the pandemic has wreaked havoc across much of the business sector over the past 18 months, Oxford businessman and entrepreneur Ed Gilchrest’s Gyre9 company has been one of the lucky companies to experience growth and success.
Gyre9 manufactures several items. But it’s the demand for electric vehicle chargers, which Gyre9 is commissioned to manufacture for JuiceBarEV in Norwalk, that has generated steady growth.
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