Trenton Systems Relocates Corporate Headquarters To Gwinnett County, Georgia
The company’s 52,000-square-foot state-of-the-art manufacturing facility will be home to its corporate headquarters, along with housing their worldwide sales offices and daily operations including computer system production, design engineering, manufacturing engineering, sales, marketing and administration. This new location represents approximately $500,000 in capital investment for the Gwinnett community.
“We have recently seen substantial growth and success across our customer base,” said Michael Bowling, President of Trenton Systems. “This move represents the many years of their confidence and loyalty to our company and is strategic as we continue to grow and expand in order to meet their diverse needs.”
Trenton Systems designs and manufactures rugged, military and modular computers along with board-level products that address the critical needs of industries such as industrial automation, big data, government and defense, GPU computing, video display walls, communications and energy exploration.
“Trenton Systems’ investment in Gwinnett County speaks to the strengths that our pro-business community has to offer,” stated Gwinnett County Commission Chair, Charlotte Nash. “This announcement is affirmation of Gwinnett’s strong manufacturing base and we look forward to their continued growth and success as a part of our community.”
“Gwinnett offers Trenton Systems a more centralized location and the connectivity of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to help them better serve their expanding partnerships and customer base,” said Lindsay Martin, Director of the Georgia Department of Economic Development. “Coupled with the great manufacturing network Georgia possesses, I am certain that Trenton will continue to succeed in our state.”
“We are proud that Trenton Systems has chosen Gwinnett County for the new location of their corporate headquarters. We are excited they chose to invest in our community and we look forward to offering this global leader continued support,” said Andrew Carnes, Director of Gwinnett Economic Development.
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