The Renaissance District's mixed-use technology complex, formerly home to automobile maker Studebaker, is now home to Twinlode Automation's new corporate headquarters.

Fremont, CA: Twinlode Automation, a material handling industry pioneer, utilizing over 30 years of experience to provide clients with entire warehouse management storage solutions. Twinlode Automation has opened a new office in the recently refurbished Studebaker building, just south of downtown South Bend, Indiana. The Renaissance District's mixed-use technology complex, formerly home to automobile maker Studebaker, is now home to Twinlode Automation's new corporate headquarters.

Twinlode Automation provides both standard pallet rack systems and automated solutions to assist clients in overcoming supply chain and logistical issues in several industries such as cold chains, fast-moving consumer products, beverages, agriculture, and others. In addition, Twinlode provides consultancy, design, and implementation services from start to finish.

"The decision to expand our office space was a logical step in our business growth strategy," said Mike Klaer, Partner of Twinlode Automation. "This new office allows Twinlode the opportunity to expand staffing and increase our ability to support current and future clients."

According to property owner Kevin Smith, "The Renaissance District project is a mixed-use adaptive-reuse development of existing buildings that have a deep memory and have served both the community and country for decades." With 1.2 million square feet of high-tech space available, the Renaissance District will be the Midwest's largest mixed-use technology complex.

Twinlode will speed corporate growth as additional roles for engineering, project management, human resources, accounting, and customer support are filled in this larger office space. Flexible workspaces and offices and a conference room, lounge area, kitchen, and break room are all part of the newly refurbished facility.