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Lux Products Relocates Headquarters to Philadelphia

 

PHILADELPHIA — Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced that Lux Products Corporation, an HVAC controls company formerly based in New Jersey, has relocated its headquarters to the Philadelphia Navy Yard. The company's employees settled into their new Philadelphia location as of April 1st.

"Lux Products joins the increasing number of companies choosing to start, stay and grow in Philadelphia and we could not be more excited to welcome their team to our city," Mayor Nutter said. "With our unemployment rate back to pre-recession levels and more jobs created in the city last year than any time since 2000, Philadelphia's economy is on the rise."

Lux is a privately held company based in the U.S. with a sales, marketing, logistics, customer service and technical support center in Philadelphia, PA and distribution center in Laredo, Texas. Lux is the second largest retail brand of thermostats, having sold more than 10 million thermostats, and regularly winning a "Best Buy" rating from well-regarded consumer magazines.

"The Navy Yard is an exciting blend of past, present and future," said Rob Munin, newly appointed president of Lux Products. "For Lux it is the perfect location for us to plant our flag and look forward; the Navy Yard campus mirrors our own commitment to smart energy innovation and sustainability, we're very excited for what this means for our brands and our customers."

The Philadelphia Navy Yard is home to a growing number of companies with approximately 11,000 people now working at the former military base. The Navy Yard offers a unique urban location mixed with historic buildings and modern architecture, renovated and built for today's high performance technologies and LEED certifications all along Philadelphia's waterfront.

For additional information, visit luxproducts.com.