MaxLite Relocates Headquarters and Warehouse Operations

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July 27, 2022

MaxLite announces it will relocate its headquarters in the fall to a single office in Montville, New Jersey.

The new headquarters will consolidate existing facilities in West Caldwell, New Jersey. Featuring a large state-of-the-art training center and showroom, it will provide better space for representatives and customers to learn more about MaxLite’s extensive lighting portfolio, including its award-winning c-Max line of controls and M-Series outdoor products.

“This move will bring our teams together, foster greater collaboration and innovation, and strengthen our Ease of Doing Business approach,” said Spencer Bolgard, MaxLite’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

The move is part of a continued plan to increase the company’s efficiencies and deliver world-class service across North America. As part of the headquarters relocation, MaxLite will also be shifting its New Jersey warehouse operations to its new state-of-the-art facility in Indiana. Opened in March, the Greenwood, IN distribution center has significantly improved service and delivery to customers in the Central region and will now service territories previously supported by the New Jersey center.

The energy-efficient Indiana distribution center maintains robust stock levels and supports deliveries to customers throughout the continental U.S. in three days or less. The shift to this facility will minimize multiple shipments across distribution centers, improving order fill rates and service levels. This facility will also support quick-ship orders and opportunities throughout the Northeast. At the same time, MaxLite plans to offer local availability of its top-selling items in the Northeast.

“We’re pleased to capitalize on the efficiencies gained by doubling the size of our distribution center in Indiana earlier this year. Consolidating warehouse operations in Indiana will drive better service, higher value, and faster delivery for our customers,” said Brendan Drew, Senior Vice President of Operations and Supply Chain.

Both initiatives are in line with MaxLite’s expansion efforts and in keeping with the company’s Ease of Doing Business approach.

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