Thermal Care Moves into Larger Building
Facility is 40% larger than its previous floor space and has room for future expansion.
Thermal Care has completed the move into a brand new building located less than a mile from its former location in Niles, Ill. The 135,000 ft2 is 40% larger than its previous floor space and has room for future expansion.
“Our new facility is going to allow Thermal Care to continue with our growth strategies and brings a new sense of pride to our employees,” said Lee Sobocinski, president of Thermal Care. Other highlights of the new building include a technologically advanced testing facility, an area for research and development, a cutting-edge welding department and a warehouse designed for efficient flow using a wire guided system.
Thermal Care engineers, designs and manufactures industrial process cooling systems, cooling towers, chillers and temperature control units for use in industrial processes worldwide.
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