CO2Meter will this summer move into a brand-new 20,000 square foot facility as it looks to grow production and warehousing capabilities, increase office space and boost training and service offerings.

The global manufacturer of gas detection, monitoring and analytical devices today (10th June) confirmed the move, stating that it will soon be located on Runway Drive, in the Airport Business Park in Florida.

Driven by growth in customer demand and new applications, CO2Meter’s expansion plans will allow the business to continue it accelerated growth trajectory and enhance its offering.

News of the facility follows CO2Meter last month (May 2022) announcing its expansion in the gas detection market, with the acquisition of oxygen gas sensing technologies and safety solutions company GasLab.

 Read more: CO2Meter acquires GasLab; expands gas detection device offering

On the growth, Travis Lenander, CEO of CO2Meter, said, “The diversity of our product offerings and expertise in our business segments allowed us to continue to grow during the pandemic unlike some others. And our recent acquisition of accelerated our need and timeline to have one, consolidated manufacturing, sales, engineering, and marketing space.”

“With the expansion of our product portfolio we outgrew our existing facilities two-three years ago. By moving to the new facility, it allows us to consolidate our employees and functions into a single, unified headquarters allowing us the opportunity to implement a more comprehensive business and procurement strategies that feeds our manufacturing workflow resulting in increased efficiencies.”

Nicole Lenander, Chief Financial Officer of CO2Meter, added, “The new integrated facility will continue to allow us to expand with our customers and to service the new markets we have identified to ensure our continued growth.”

“Our entire team is excited to move into the new space, see our logo go up on the side of the building, and to welcome family, friends, the community, and our business partners in to see our new global headquarters.”