Nelson Global Products, a manufacturer of fabricated vehicle exhaust and emissions equipment and systems, has opened its new headquarters campus, including an extensive engineering and design center in Stoughton, Wisconsin.
In operation since early this year, the new $3.75 million headquarters consists of a 25,000-square-foot office building which encompasses the 100 employees and key departments, including product design and engineering, marketing, sales, accounting and administrative support staffs. In another area of Stoughton, the company also opened an extensive testing facility for product development and performance validation.
“We at Wind Point Partners are proud of the progress the team at Nelson has made to grow our customer base, improve our manufacturing efficiency and enhance our standing in the community,” said David Stott, director at Wind Point Partners. Nelson is a portfolio company of Wind Point Partners, a private equity firm in Chicago.
Said Nelson's vice president of Business Integration, Sue Vanderbilt, “We've made so much forward progress in improving our products' and services' quality and effectiveness to our growing customer base. It's a proud moment for all our futures."
Vanderbilt and Todd Kane, director of facilities, were responsible for the daily management and liaison of the headquarters project.