Incoe Corp. USA, a global supplier of hot-runner systems and technology, announced that it has entered into an agreement with General Development Co. for the design and construction of a new 135,000-square-foot global headquarters facility. It will be located within Oakland Technology Park in Auburn Hills, MI.
Currently headquartered in Troy, MI, Incoe’s total investment into this future facility will be in excess of $20 million. It is planned to be operational by summer 2018.
The investment in Auburn Hills follows similar expansions for Incoe worldwide. In 2013, Incoe doubled the footprint of its Asian headquarters in Shanghai. Also, in Rodemark, Germany, Incoe constructed a new European headquarters in 2014, which consolidated and expanded upon three separate facilities that were being used.
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