AROW GLOBAL ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF OPERATIONS
AROW GLOBAL ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF OPERATIONS; REINFORCING THE GLOBAL HEADQUARTER’S PRESCENCE IN MOSINEE
With significant growth and expansion within North American operations, AROW Global announces a 14,000 square foot office addition and significant renovation of existing spaces within their Global Headquarters in Mosinee.
The addition will allow for continued growth within the engineering and design divisions of AROW while allowing for new strategic planning for operations and new lines of business.
Additionally, the addition will create several new offices along with multiple workspaces, collaboration zones as well as multiple conference rooms and a state of the art training room and team member support spaces. According to Dan Koschik, Vice President and General Manager of AROW Global, “This addition will position us with a facility that will serve our needs for many years to come, as well as provide our team members with a great new environment to excel in.” “AROW is the North American leader in mass transit window systems and we intend to stay at the top through investment, market diversification and ingenuity.” Koschik added.
“We are so thankful to the greater Mosinee and Wausau region for the support they’ve given us over the last several years.” says Dan Gohmann, Finance Director for AROW Global. “We’re committed to growing and expanding right here in Central Wisconsin, continuing our great partnership with our team members and the work ethic they display day in and day out.”
According to Andrew Halverson, Executive Vice President and Co-Owner of Ellis Construction, “Ellis is thrilled and honored to be the design-builder for this great project. We worked perfectly together as a creative team with AROW to produce a collaborative solution for AROW’s facility needs. It’s empowering and humbling for us at Ellis to partner with a company of AROW’s stature; in order to play a small part in helping them continue to reach their goals.”
AROW Global Corp. specializes in the design and production of transit window systems for major North American bus, transit, recreational vehicle and heavy equipment manufacturers.