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Illinois company moving out of state

  • January 18, 2013

Illinois company moving out of state

Land O'Frost recently announced that it will be moving from Illinois to Indiana. The pre-packaged lunch meat company is leaving its corporate headquarters in Lansing for a new facility in Lake County. Land O'Frost currently employs 40 workers in its corporate headquarters, and will add 50 new staffers once the relocation process is complete.

The company is moving to a 3-acre campus and has already unveiled plans to add new facilities to the area. In a statement, Land O'Frost officials said that a 25,000 square-foot building will be constructed and operational by 2014.

Moving out of state to a large area can give your company the space it needs to expand. Additionally, it can be beneficial to have adequate room to build an entirely new facility, rather than having to search for a building with the necessary amenities to support your enterprise.

Once you settle on a new location for your corporate headquarters, contact Stevens Worldwide Van Lines. Relocation movers can ensure that all of your equipment is safely shipped to your new facility so your employees can quickly get back to work. Helpful moving and packing tips from Stevens can also ensure the entire relocation process runs smoothly.

 

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