Infinity Massage Chairs Relocates Headquarters-Manufacturing Hub To Seabrook, New Hampshire
According to company officials, the Infinity team moved in and began operating out of the 45,000-square-foot building earlier this week, having transitioned from their former corporate offices in Kingston. Its convenient location is less than a half hour from Portsmouth and only an hour from Boston.
“Infinity has expanded significantly over the past year, and it was time to make the move to a location that better suits our rapidly growing team and operations,” Michael Garceau, President of Infinity Massage Chairs, said.
“One of the most exciting aspects of our new headquarters is the fact that we are able to house our entire team under one roof,” Garceau added. “Previously, the technical support team had to operate out of a separate warehouse location due to space constraints. Having everyone in one location will aid in all functions and allow for better teamwork.”
Still under construction is a brand new massage chair showroom, which is expected to be the largest in the country, officials said. This will help compensate for Infinity’s fast-growing product line and provide a comfortable atmosphere for customers to try out the chairs.
Infinity Massage Chairs also announced that orders for all East Coast regions will be processed and shipped from the expansive Seabrook warehouse. This means shorter lead times and smoother deliveries for a large portion of the company’s customer base.
Additionally, the impressive building offers plenty of office space, training and meeting rooms.
“With the new facility, a more united team, and anticipated growth, our goal is to provide even more thorough and efficient service to each and every customer,” Garceau said.
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