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HELUKABEL, a manufacturer of cable, wire and cable accessories, has announced that its North American headquarters is moving to a new location in Elgin, Ill., a Chicago suburb. The new headquarters, located at 1490 Crispin Dr. in the Fox Bluff Corporate Center, will house U.S. and Canadian corporate, sales and warehousing/distribution operations.

The 40,000 square-foot warehouse will now carry 3,600 line items in stock. The warehouse will also be equipped with a high-speed spooler for standard-size cables and a heavy-duty spooler for kcmil size cables. According to the company, this will increase the speed with which orders can be processed, packaged and shipped out to customers.

Both the larger warehouse and office space will accommodate the current staff and allow for future expansion as the company continues to grow its presence in the U.S. and Canada, HELUKABEL adds.



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