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Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums Relocates North American Headquarters to Morgantown, Pa.

One of the world’s leading providers of industrial vacuum cleaners will soon call Morgantown, Pa., home. Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums is relocating its North American headquarters from Malvern, Pa., to the Morgantown Business Park at the end of this year.

The new Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums headquarters, located at 740 Hemlock Road, Suite 100, Morgantown, Pa., will support the company’s three industrial vacuum cleaner brands: Nilfisk, Nilfisk CFM and Nilfisk ALTO. It is a larger facility that will enable the growing company to continue being the industry’s preferred supplier of industrial vacuums, the company says.

“Our No. 1 priority is to provide our customers with the best value, quality and service. Relocating to this facility with increased warehouse space will allow us to meet our customer’s delivery expectations,” said Paul Miller, vice president and general manager of Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums. “Our customers can still expect the same quality products we have been offering for more than 100 years.”

The new facility in Morgantown, Pa., also consists of office space for the back office team that supports the company’s 17 direct sales managers and network of distributors located across the United States and Canada. The company’s industrial vacuum cleaners play a critical role in thousands of manufacturing facilities and industrial processes across North America, keeping workplaces free of nuisance dust and debris and improving overall worker health and productivity, the company says.

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