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Spot Zero Announces Expansion


Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Spot Zero, a manufacturer of reverse osmosis systems, announced an expansion that includes a new production facility.

The newly acquired 20,000-square-foot facility triples Spot Zero’s operating capacity to support its rapid growth in demand and product development, company president Benjamin Koppenhoefer said in a statement.

In addition to expanding production capabilities, the new headquarters will support a shift in the company’s market strategy, as Spot Zero and Dometic recently agreed to end their eight year distribution agreement, shifting global sales and service back to Spot Zero.

“The new production facility is one of many steps we are taking to expand the business,” Koppenhoefer said in the statement. “It will allow us to achieve a level of manufacturing and production necessary to reach our next stages of growth as product demand rapidly increases. It will also support the company’s active development of new and innovative products.”



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