Schréder Lighting USA To Open Manufacturing Facilities Outside of Chicago
Better Roads Staff | December 29, 2009
Addison, Illinois—As part of its commitment to providing “The Right Light” to the American outdoor lighting market, Schréder Lighting USA General Manager John Camp has announced that the opening of the new Manufacturing Facilities is planned for January 4, 2010. Schréder Lighting USA is a member of Schréder Group G.I.E., which is an international group that specializes in upscale, architectural outdoor lighting that is at the forefront of technological and aesthetic innovation.
The new facility will feature manufacturing, prototyping, warehousing, distribution and semi-automated assembly. A reception area, conference rooms and offices will be located in the facility.
“We plan on implementing our manufacturing operations quickly and efficiently,” explained Mr. Camp. “Our factory staff will work closely with our customers and global partners, as well as the research and development team in Belgium, to produce the Schréder brand of outdoor lighting products.”
Operations Manager Mark J. Domzalski will oversee daily operations of the manufacturing facility, which is designed to produce the Schréder line for a broad range of exterior lighting applications, domestically.
The new address is:
Schréder Lighting USA Manufacturing Facility
2105 West Corporate Drive
Addison, Illinois 60101
Schréder Lighting USA, the newest member of the Schréder Group G.I.E
Schréder Lighting USA is headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Schréder Group G.I.E. was founded in Belgium in 1907, and has become an international organization with over 2,600 employees, in more than 40 facilities. Schréder Group G.I.E specializes in upscale, architectural and high perfoming outdoor lighting that is at the forefront of technological and aesthetic innovation. The members and affiliated companies of the Schréder Group share facilities and powerful, state-of-the-art tools for R&D, manufacturing, high-level photometric studies, and laboratory testing. Findings are shared within the group for the purpose of providing the best options for the “The Right Light” worldwide.
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