In the continued reversal of mid-19th century American migration habits, ATN Corp is the latest Californian company to leave California for Florida. I’ll fight the urge to cross the border in to politics, but if one is at all familiar with the living and regulatory environmental differences between the two states, one can understand why an expanding company would make such a move.
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ATN is Relocating to Florida
Doral, FL: American Technology Network (ATN) Corp., a leader in the tech optic industry, is relocating from its facilities in California to a new Florida HQ. The move is necessitated by the rapid expansion and growth the company has seen since its founding in 1995. By leveraging innovation and expertise to create the best technology for its customers, ATN has been fortunate to expand. At this time, California is no longer a state in which this growth can continue.
The new Florida facility will be a larger, more technically advanced production facility, with a more streamlined warehouse and shipping area. Along with this new space will be an improved warranty center, allowing the company to serve customers better if an ATN product fails to perform in any way. All shipments and RMAs (return merchandise authorizations) should get routed to this new address.
“This move is a continuation of ATN’s mission to bring feature-rich products to market. Innovation is central to ATN, and this new step allows the company to deliver the highest quality of products to its customers in a more efficient manner.” Said Marc Vayn CMO at ATN
ATN is just one of many companies in the outdoor sporting goods world to expand and relocate in the last few years, marking the success of many companies within this sector converting their commercial success into a serious capital investment with an eye towards expanded production.