New Jersey electronics firm builds larger headquarters

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Wintron Electronics is moving to a larger headquarters in Manasquan, New Jersey. The electronics company said in a statement that the new facility is a custom-built office warehouse that measures 25,000 square feet.

“Most of the time moving is seen as a major headache, but we see this move as a major opportunity to serve our dealers at a higher, more effective level,” said Eddie Winder, president of Wintron in the statement. “More space means more inventory and more vendors. Efficient shipping means no bottlenecks. We’ll be able to take advantage of blossoming opportunities that we currently have to pass on.”

The facility will have special warehousing and shipping facilities. Construction is expected to be completed by the end of the year. 


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