Magnetrol Move, Expansion Doubles Production Capacity

Architectural rendering of Magnetrol's new headquarters
Architectural rendering of Magnetrol's new headquarters
Source: Magnetrol
The need for increased production capacity has pushed level and flow process control instrumentation manufacturer Magnetrol to relocate its headquarters.

The company plans to move its U.S. headquarters this summer from Downers Grove, Ill., to a 221,000 ft.² facility at the Meridian Business Campus in Aurora, Ill. Magnetrol anounced an expansion of its international headquarters facility in Zele, Belgium will occur in the fall of 2013 for the same reason.

The Zele facility houses manufacturing, sales and administration operations, according to Magnetrol. The expansion will double production capacity of Magnetrol's regional headquarters for Europe, Middle East, Africa and India markets.

"Magnetrol's growth represents our commitment to delivering excellent products and service, while leveraging strategic market opportunities," said Jeffrey Swallow, president and CEO of Magnetrol. "Our company's history is tied to instrumentation technology breakthroughs, and our continued success will come from remaining our customers' preferred partner for level and flow control solutions.”

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