Posted on: 08 July 2015 by Ross McSweeny
STG Aerospace (STG) has announced the opening of a new manufacturing and warehousing facility in Miami, doubling the space of the company’s previous US premises.
STG has had its US base in Miami for almost 20 years, but claims that this expansion reflects a growing demand throughout the Americas for STG’s products and has been specifically designed to serve customers quickly and more efficiently. The new facility will also ensure that STG can manufacture its latest product innovations within the US as well as the UK.
“The Americas are, of course, a key market and it’s particularly gratifying for us that our investment in a new facility was driven by customer demand,” said Nigel Duncan, STG Aerospace’s Chief Executive. “Increasing the size of our manufacturing and warehousing operations in the US will enable us to better serve both existing and new customers throughout the region.”
This new facility opening follows STG's recent launch of a wholly foreign owned subsidiary in China. With the expanded presence in the USA and China, STG aims to market all approved product ranges on a local basis, such as saf-Tglo, the photoluminescent emergency floor path system; saf-Tsign, the photoluminescent emergency and informational signage developed for commercial fixed-wing and rotary aircraft; and liTeMood, a plug-and-play, programmable, LED cabin lighting system designed specifically to retrofit in commercial aircraft cabins.