Automation and workflow systems provider ENCO has moved its headquarters from Southfield, Mich., to the community of Novi about 17 miles away.
“The newly constructed, 12,000-square-foot facility will offer a more collaborative work environment and a centralized location for staff and customers in the Detroit suburbs,” it stated in an announcement.
“ENCO’s entire operation across sales, administration, engineering, finance, management, manufacturing and marketing will be based in Novi, effective immediately.”
It said the interior of the leased space uses an open floor plan and will bring previously separated functions closer together. “The spacious environments throughout all areas ensure that social distancing policies can continue to be met until the pandemic subsides.”
President Ken Frommert called it “truly a state-of-the-art facility” that includes an open production lab, high-tech meeting and conference spaces, and various seating and lounge settings.
He said Novi is “an exciting city on the rise” and that the location is more accessible to Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
The company was founded by the late Gene Novacek and started in St. Louis. It had been in its previous location in Southfield, Mich., for 20 years.
The new address is 41551 West 11 Mile Road in Novi, MI 48375.