Buckles-Smith Electric Relocating Headquarters to Santa Clara

In August, Buckles-Smith Electric’s headquarters and main distribution center will be relocating 4.5 miles north of their current San Jose location to Santa Clara. The new, larger facility will allow Buckles-Smith to further develop their capabilities and better serve their customers. The new Santa Clara facility will offer a “modern functional work place to encourage collaboration between our employees, suppliers and business partners,” said Art Cook, the company’s CEO in a press release. “This represents yet another investment we are making in the future of our company.”

Directly adjacent to the San Jose International Airport, the new building has great freeway access, excellent loading docks, and is conveniently located in the center of the Silicon Valley. 

In other news as Buckles-Smith, the company now a designated Hoffman Certified Modification Center, with the addition of the state-of-the-art Enclosure Modification Center (ModCenter). The Enclosure ModCenter will provide time and cost saving solutions for custom panel builders in Northern California.

“We are the largest stocking distributor of Hoffman Enclosures in Northern California. With the ability to pull from our stock and modify enclosures locally, we can help our customers’ reduce their project lead times and overall project costs,” said Buckles-Smith Electric’s Vice President of Operations Eric Peschke.

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