TecNiq moves into new facility in Michigan

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TecNiq moves into new facility in Michigan

TecNiq’s new facility includes a large addition to the company's state-of-the-art prototyping, product development and validation labs.

TecNiq Inc. said it has moved into a new 120,000-square-foot facility in Galesburg, Mich.

The company said the move was made in direct response to rising demand for its high-performance LED lighting products. The company’s address is 9100 E. Michigan Ave. in Galesburg. Its phone number and web domain remain unchanged.

The move keeps pace with TecNiq's growth across several major market segments, including marine, emergency fire and rescue, RV, specialty vehicle, commercial fleet and trailer.

Located between Kalamazoo and Battle Creek in Michigan, the new space includes a large addition to the company's state-of-the-art prototyping, product development and validation labs. It will create an additional 120 jobs in the local area. 

"Our new facility will enhance our operational efficiencies and provide the foundation to match our customers' growing needs," Tom Bailey, TecNiq senior director of market development, said in a statement. "We'll continue to deliver the same technologically advanced products and superior service and value the TecNiq brand has become synonymous with."

Founded in 2004, TecNiq designs, validates and manufactures the vast majority of its high-quality, energy-efficient lighting in the United States. Its pioneering technology and ongoing research deliver innovative products that set market trends.

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