Flocon Inc. has relocated from a 133,000-square-foot space in Cary to a 670,000-square-foot space in Woodstock.
The move expands offices for research and development, engineering, manufacturing and marketing and sales into two facilities on a 58-acre campus, said Chris Mordi, Flocon’s executive director of marketing and communications.
“We will be adding new staff in the near future,” Mordi said in an email to the Northwest Herald.
Flocon is a manufacturer of fluid applicator and dispensing systems that include fine mist sprayers, lotion pumps and valve-actuated dispensing pens, Mordi said.
“This move is transformative for our company,” Flocon Inc. Vice President Stephan M. Ballot said in a statement. “It provides an incredible base to better service existing customers, and it allows us to expand our product range.”
The two buildings on the new campus are referred to as the Lakeside Center and the Parkside Center. The expansion – in development for two years – includes a park-like setting with wetlands and open space for expansion.
Inside the Lakeside Center is corporate administration, product development, automated assembly and quality control.
Inside the Parkside Center is the company’s warehousing and distribution – along with fluid-filling and packaging services. The building includes eight inbound and 19 outbound shipping doors.
Flocon Inc. was established in 1989. The company also has facilities in Harvard, Frankfort and Scotland.