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FALL RIVER, Mass. - Displays2go, a B2B display supplier, recently announced the opening of its new office in the Fall River Commerce Park.
The new space offers almost 500,000 square feet of modern, newly renovated space to house all of the company’s functions.
“Displays2go was in a number of small, marginal buildings when TAKKT acquired the company in 2012,” said Displays2go President Dana P. Barrette. “We immediately recognized the need to provide a first-class facility that would enable the team to operate effectively and continue to grow the company.”
The move to Fall River was done in phases over the last four years, with the last step being moving the last of its main office, Contact Center and Manufacturing staff from its former headquarters in Bristol, R.I. earlier this year.
“At the time of the acquisition, TAKKT committed to keeping the company in the local area,” said Bob Black, Director of Manufacturing and Facilities. “They recognize that the most important asset the company has is our team of dedicated, knowledgeable and passionate people, and we want to keep that team intact. This location allows us to do that.”
The new space is fresh and modern, and the company’s focus on Digital Transformation is ever present. Digital wall displays, collaboration spaces, configurable furnishings, and an open environment predominate. Warehouse equipment communicating wirelessly with management, telephone systems “in the cloud,” and customer-centricity are now the standard. Newly installed computer systems control every function from production planning to Contact Center management.
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