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Redline Detection Expands Orange, California, Global Headquarters-Opens Tech Training Facility

Redline Detection, the industry leader in OEM-mandated diagnostic leak detection equipment, unveiled its new 3,000-square-foot Redline Tech Academy Training Facility in Orange, California. The new training facility is part of the company’s expanded global headquarters, which is triple the size of Redline’s previous facility.

According to the company, its expansion is a result of Redline’s steep growth in its core business, as well as its selection for two major OEM-mandatory/essential tool programs this year. "Redline is manufacturing the only OEM-mandated high pressure diagnostic leak detector available on the market, and the demand is enormous,” said Alex Parker, executive vice president of Redline Detection. “These factors contributed to our decision to expand our facilities in 2014 to nearly triple the physical size of our headquarters and manufacturing facility.”

Additionally, the company has created a space in the Redline Tech Academy where corporate partners and professional technicians can gain valuable knowledge on the cutting edge of automotive and high-pressure diagnostics. Redline Detection will offer the state-of-the-art training facility to its OEM partners and customers in the tool and equipment industry for technical training sessions on the many applications for Redline’s new OEM-mandated technology.

“Often our partners in the tool industry hold regional training meetings, and they will now have this facility at their disposal. And our customers with sizable sales force teams will also be using our facility to train their people on our innovative new OEM-mandated technology and use of our equipment,” added Parker. “It’s imperative we provide technicians with knowledge and hands-on training needed to stay competitive in the aftermarket and to help these technicians work smarter, faster, and ultimately to be their best.”

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