Vanair Expands Its Office, Manufacturing Space Due to Growth

The new office space, located on Highway 12, Michigan City, Ind., will provide capacity for increased manufacturing, training, support, service and leadership functions across the company.

Tue August 11, 2015 - National Edition
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Vanair Manufacturing, a provider of vehicle-mounted air compressors, generators, welders and multi-drive systems announced the acquisition of an 80,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility from a private owner.
Vanair Manufacturing, a provider of vehicle-mounted air compressors, generators, welders and multi-drive systems announced the acquisition of an 80,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility from a private owner.

Vanair Manufacturing, a provider of vehicle-mounted air compressors, generators, welders and multi-drive systems announced the acquisition of an 80,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility from a private owner. This brings Vanair’s total production and office space to more than 160,000 sq. ft. The acquisition will accommodate increased growth and future expansion.

The new office space, located on Highway 12, Michigan City, Ind., will provide capacity for increased manufacturing, training, support, service and leadership functions across the company.

“Our team is excited about the growth we are experiencing, and this move represents our commitment to continue to build on the success our team has accomplished. The existing building is in great shape and has many additional areas for us to grow in. It was a great opportunity, versus having to build a new building of this type,” said Ralph Kokot, chief executive officer at Vanair.

For more information, call 800/526-8817.




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