CoreCentric Solutions, Inc. Consolidates Operations; Moves into New Facility

CoreCentric Solutions, Inc., a leader in aftermarket service solutions, has consolidated all operations into a new state-of-the-art facility in Carol Stream, IL.

 

The company has moved all operations into a new 350,000 sq. ft. facility located at 191 E. North Avenue in Carol Stream, IL. The company’s consolidation from three facilities to one will streamline and improve operations, drive efficiencies and fuel future growth.

 

“The new offices combine cubicle banks and open floor plans resulting in a hybrid office which really optimizes the ability to do solo work or work collaboratively in groups,” said Badal Wadia, CEO. “Another important aspect of this move was to locate in an area that was still a reasonable commute for most of the employees,” said Wadia.

 

Much of the 350K sq. ft. of the new headquarters is dedicated to production and warehousing; the remaining space houses a new state-of-the-art engineering research and development lab; a new customer service call center; a customer walk in area and all administrative offices.

 

“This move is much more than a merging of operations; it is a significant step in our future growth; this world class facility will enhance our ability to innovate and align more closely with our customers and continue our momentum,” said Wadia

 

CoreCentric provides returns management, remanufactured parts and remanufacturing services for notable brands of consumer products around the home; categories include major appliances, electrics, HVAC, outdoor power and automotive.

 

 

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Progressive communities are bucking a current trend by improving the reverse commute to attract large companies and talent to the suburbs. The missing link is the lack of connection between existing transit stations and key employment centers that are beyond walking distance—aptly named the “first mile last mile.” By bridging this gap with shared-use mobility, hundreds of thousands of workers can be connected to existing opportunities that were not previously viable. This gives companies much more flexibility when choosing the right location, and encourages their participation in determining the best first mile last mile solutions. Continue reading