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Nitroheat Expands in Oregon

Relocation to 10,000-square-foot manufacturing warehouse will accommodate expanding inventory and order fulfillment.

Nitroheat, a wholly owned subsidiary of Autris and a manufacturer and distributor of heated nitrogen systems, thermal controllers, filters and dryers for spray painting and a variety of other industrial uses, is expanding into Oregon with bigger and better facilities in line with its strategic growth in the Pacific Northwest region.

The relocation to a 10,000-square-foot manufacturing warehouse located in Wilsonville, Ore., will accommodate an expanding inventory and order fulfillment. The new, larger facility will feature state-of-the-art technology that will increase the amount of orders that can be built and shipped per day.

“This strategic relocation is critical to address the growing demand that we have experienced over the past two years,” said Nitroheat CEO Derek Naidoo. “Our solutions have been extremely well-received by users of both water- and solvent-based paint. The continued efforts of our distributors have been instrumental in the growth of the company. We will continue to develop our distribution networks in North America and Europe to ensure that our products are available to all sectors of the collision industry. We believe that all spray painting facilities should be using our product for improved productivity, improved efficiency and improved quality. Lastly, but definitely not least, is the environmental benefits derived from the reduction of overspray when using our technology.”

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