The innovation center is currently housed in a brick building that once housed a water pump station in downtown Grand Haven. Courtesy GHSP
A technology developer and manufacturer in the region is moving to a new headquarters.
GHSP plans to move into a 140,000-square-foot facility in Holland in early 2020.
The headquarters in moving from 1250 South Beechtree in Grand Haven.
GHSP is expanding its technology development space and combining its four development locations in Grand Haven into a single location.
The new campus in Holland is meant to provide a more efficient working environment by housing all headquarters operations, product development teams and testing, the company said.
GHSP said the move will increase its production capabilities in Grand Haven and create job opportunities.
“The move of our headquarters frees up valuable office and manufacturing space in Grand Haven, which is needed for meeting growth goals projected for the next three to five years,” said Pat Halloran, vice president of North American operations at GHSP.
Founded in 1924 as a metal stamping company, GHSP designs and manufactures control systems and technology solutions primarily for the automobile and high-end appliance industries.
Its products include touchscreens, Bluetooth- and Wi-Fi-connected controls, auto shifters and high-tech interfaces.
GHSP has locations in Michigan, Mexico, China, Japan and Germany.