Win-Tron Electronics has new headquarters in New Jersey

The company said it will be fully operational at the new location on Feb. 6.
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Win-Tron Electronics said today that it is moving from Route 71 in Spring Lake Heights, N.J., to an ultra-modern office/warehouse facility in nearby Manasquan.

The company said it will be fully operational at the new location on Feb. 6.

“We were bursting at the seams,” Win-Tron president Eddie Winder said in a statement. “We just had to face the inevitable. Nobody likes to move, but we had no choice. The new office/warehouse space means we will be better able to serve our customers now and have ample room for growth.”

“Our new facility is absolutely marvelous. We just couldnʼt be happier. We wanted to limit the amount of inconvenience that relocation could have on our customers and our employees. I donʼt think we could have found a better location for our team. Our new location, with its enhanced facilities and additional space, will allow us to continue to grow and provide the friendly and knowledgeable customer service that we are known for throughout the marine industry.”

The new address is 2231 Landmark Place in Manasquan. The company said its phone numbers and email addresses will not change. Win-Tron said it had been at the Spring Lake Heights for more than four decades.

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