Relume Technologies Moves to Larger Location in Oxford



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OXFORD — Relume Technologies, a leading manufacturer of light-emitting diode (LED) products and smart grid control systems for outdoor lighting applications, is moving to a larger facility allowing for expansion in manufacturing and customer service capabilities. The company’s new address is effective June 1.

Relume’s new facility will feature lean manufacturing practices and tools to reduce cost, increase productivity, and improve quality throughout the operation. The new facility, at 1795 N. Lapeer Rd. in Oxford, will also host a permanent showcase of Relume products.

“Relume continuously strives to be a lean organization and we are excited to move into a space that will allow us to further implement lean manufacturing practices,” said Jason Bailey, manufacturing manager and lean principles expert at Relume. “The new facility’s larger and improved layout enables better organized workstations, a more efficient flow of materials and the ability to increase capacity as the company grows.”

For more information, visit www.relume.com or connect with the company on Facebook or LinkedIn.

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