7/11/2017

BLM Group USA Opens New Headquarters in Michigan

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The space is said to signify the company’s growth; the showroom alone is the size of its previous building.

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BLM Group USA, a manufacturer of tube and sheet metal processing equipment, has formally opened its new headquarters in Novi, Michigan. The new 75,000-square-foot facility provides greater access for customers to explore the company’s products, services and technologies. It features a 35,000-square-foot showroom, a separate machine setup and tooling area, multiple training rooms, and an expanded parts department with upgraded inventory tracking and order fulfillment system.

The move is said to be in response to the company’s continued growth.

“Our new headquarters and tech center was built with our customers in mind. The showroom alone is as large as our previous building,” says Dr. Jeffrey Ahrstrom, president and COO. “We’re excited to be able to provide a more comprehensive presentation of our product line and to demo more products under one roof. Our ability to facilitate larger training classes further enhances our focus on service and support.”

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