NEUTEX LED Lighting Plans Major Expansion At Its Houston, Texas, Production Complex
According to company officials the planned additional 30,000 square feet of warehouse and manufacturing space, combined with many infrastructure improvements will not only increase its "Made in the USA" capacity, but also improve efficiency and handling capabilities.
"We're delighted with the expansion and strongly believe in keeping up with the pace of the increasing demand for quality LED lighting at competitive prices," said John C. Higgins, Founder/President of NEUTEX LED Lighting. "I spend most of my time on the road both in the USA and overseas attending trade shows and meetings to keep NEUTEX LED Lighting at the forefront of the latest products and lighting technology on the market. We've begun to expand the existing team and are looking forward to what the next 10 years has in store."
“The new expansion will accommodate their growing portfolio of explosion proof, custom designed and "Made in the USA" product lines and will enhance the warehouse facilities allowing for greater inventory on hand. Further improvements include larger staff facilities, a spacious meeting room and two new management offices. In addition, NEUTEX LED Lighting has also incorporated a dedicated lab, NTX Labs, to research, develop, prototype and test products as well as a fourth LED fixture manufacturing room,” officials explained.
“During the past seven years, NEUTEX LED Lighting has grown considerably year after year as the business continues to expand its portfolio of LED lighting products and has an extensive range of clients, including the City of Houston, Houston Airport System, Nissan and national retailers in the consumer and automotive sectors.”
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