Princeton Tec recently completed the initial phase of its move into its new headquarters in Pennsauken, New Jersey. The new facility allows the family owned company to simultaneously increase and streamline its operations, while creating 150 new jobs for local workforce, said the company.
After departing from its former headquarters in Bordentown earlier this year, Princeton Tec chose to stick to its New Jersey roots by relocating just 30 miles south to the town of Pennsauken. Built with the financial support of an Economic Development Authority of New Jersey tax grant, the new 77,764 square-foot facility more than doubles Princeton Tec’s production space, consolidates the company’s operations, increased warehouse space with 48-foot ceilings, combines upgraded equipment and a continued commitment to manufacturing products in the USA.
“We are excited to continue designing, testing and assembling our products here in our home state of New Jersey,” said George Chevalier, Princeton Tec Product Manager. “Princeton Tec has a long history here and we are looking forward to growing both the state’s economy and our brand by creating more jobs.