LINE-X Announces Opening Of New Corporate Headquarters

LINE-X Announces Opening Of New Corporate Headquarters

The opening began with a ribbon-cutting and remarks by LINE-X President Dennis Weese, followed by tours, a dive into the recently implemented “brand experience” elements and a spray demonstration.

LINE-X celebrated the start of a new era in its global growth and brand evolution with the opening of its all-new corporate headquarters on April 27 in Huntsville, Alabama. The event, attended by more than 75 corporate LINE-X personnel and local/state officials, began with a ribbon-cutting and remarks by LINE-X President Dennis Weese, followed by tours, a dive into the recently implemented “brand experience” elements and a spray demonstration to highlight some of LINE-X’s scientifically advanced properties at the facility.

Some of the highlights included:

  • The new 60,000-square-foot facility is more than 20,000 square feet larger than the previous location
  • About 30,000 square feet of the new building is dedicated warehouse space for material production, storage and shipping/receiving for domestic/international shipments
  • Remaining space is dedicated to executive and staff offices, two high-production spray booths, a product testing area, training rooms, research and development areas and room to expand in the future

“I am extremely proud to officially dedicate our new home here in Huntsville,” said Weese. “Our growth over the past few years has been tremendous so it was imperative that we transition into a facility that not only better serves the current needs of the business and our franchise network, but also supports our plans for expansion. And with the company being recently named the ‘Medium Automotive Manufacturer of the Year’ by the Business Council of Alabama, it’s been a very exciting past few weeks for us.”

You May Also Like

ZF Aftermarket Releases 36 New Parts for US, Canada

ZF has introduced a total of 185 new products in 2024 under the ZF, LEMFÖRDER, SACHS, TRW and WABCO brands.

ZF Aftermarket announced it launched 36 new part numbers for a variety of braking, suspension and transmission components for passenger cars in the United States and Canda (USC) aftermarket. This includes 10 new part numbers for SACHS Continuous Damping Control (CDC) shock absorbers, bringing the total number launched this year to 60.

Dana Expands Spicer ReadyShaft Assembly Coverage

The addition of more than 3,000 new part numbers brings Dana’s ReadyShaft program
to over 13,000 active SKUs.

Dana-Expands-Spicer-ReadyShaft-Assembly-Coverage
Litens Aftermarket North America Elevates Sustainability Efforts

Litens said it is dedicated to achieving carbon neutrality by 2030. 

Litens Aftermarket North America Elevates Sustainability Efforts
HELLA Introduces HELLA BLADE LED 6” Series Auxiliary Lights

The HELLA BLADE Series combines powerful illumination with innovative features for the ultimate driving experience, the company said.

HELLA-BLADE-LED-6-Series-Auxiliary-Lights
Transtar Announces Agreement for Axalta to Acquire The CoverFlexx Group

Axalta Coating Systems has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Transtar Holding Company’s subsidiary The CoverFlexx Group.

Transtar-logo-on-white

Other Posts

Rislone Introduces New Diesel DEF Treatment 

It keeps diesel exhaust fluid crystal-free and makes SCR and DEF emissions systems maintenance easy, Rislone said.

Rislone-Diesel-DEF
Tint World Expands With First Ohio Location

Tint World Columbus is owned and operated by Josh Vanlandingham.

Tint-World-Expands-With-First-Ohio-Location
Bendix: Air Disc Brake Production has Doubled Since 2018

Commercial ADB adoption rates in Class 6-8 vehicles are now up over 50%, according to Bendix.

Bendix Bowling Green
MPA: ‘We’re as Strong as Ever’

Chairman, President and CEO Selwyn Joffe discusses what he’d like the aftermarket to know about Motorcar Parts of America.

MPAs-Selwyn-Joffe-Were-as-Strong-as-Ever