Anaheim City Council members Lucille Kring and Gail Eastman Robyn Willis of the Habitat for Humanity Anaheim ReStore Mayor Thomas Tait and MaxLite President and CEO Yon Sung joined to cut the ribbon on Maxlite39s new LEEDcertified production and testing facility Gladys Hernandez / Maxlite

Anaheim City Council members Lucille Kring and Gail Eastman, Robyn Willis of the Habitat for Humanity Anaheim ReStore, Mayor Thomas Tait and MaxLite President and CEO Yon Sung joined to cut the ribbon on Maxlite's new LEED-certified production and testing facility.

MaxLite Opens New LEED-Certified Facility in Anaheim

MaxLite, West Caldwell, N.J., a leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions, expands its U.S. operations with the opening of a new LEED-certified facility Oct. 20 in Anaheim, Calif. The 48,864-square-foot-building increases MaxLite’s product assembly and testing capabilities and features the company’s first full showroom on the West Coast.

Located in the Anaheim Concourse development at Ocean Circle, the $7.5 million new construction is outfitted entirely with energy-efficient MaxLite LED lighting products. The building, which was developed by Panattoni Construction Company, received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for following best-in-class green building strategies and practices.

“The expansion of our West Coast assembly operations and testing facilities marks the beginning of an exciting chapter of growth for MaxLite,” said President and CEO Yon Sung. “Our new Anaheim building and its capabilities will play a key role in strengthening MaxLite’s position as one of the easiest companies to work with in the industry. Achieving LEED certification further supports our company’s commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency.”

By moving from its previous home in Rancho Cucamonga, MaxLite is now able to operate three full product assembly lines, and the additional warehouse space also allows the company to stack and move product more efficiently, streamlining the picking process.

Maxlite expects its Anaheim laboratory to achieve full recognition as a testing lab by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) by May 2015. This will enable MaxLite to perform its own testing to UL standards, as well as perform testing for its partners. The company is also in the process of expanding its West Caldwell, NJ headquarters to include a National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP)-certified testing facility.

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