INNOMARK Expands Permanent Operations

INNOMARK, a full-service Visual Marketing provider with facilities in Southwest Ohio, Indiana, and California, is pleased to announce an expansion of its permanent and interactive display operations into the NYC metropolitan area.  As of January 2018, 706 Koehler Avenue, Ronkonkoma, New York will be the home of INNOMARK's new Permanent Display Design Center.  The 8,500 sq. ft. facility will house creative, engineering, a model shop, and light acrylic, plastic, and wood fabrication.  This operation will target the cosmetics and electronics industries, as well as the high-end visual marketing community, with semi-permanent, permanent and décor solutions.  The location was strategically selected for its proximity to target customers, skilled human resources, and specialized vendors.

 

This new operation will be centrally located on Long Island.  Its location offers easy access to Ronkonkoma Station (the last stop on the high-speed Long Island Railroad), Long Island MacArthur Airport (ISP), and the Port Jefferson Ferry to New England. It is also, a perfect pass through location for buyers who leave Manhattan and head to the Hamptons for the weekend.

 

This team will work with INNOMARK’s existing permanent display team in Southwest Ohio to develop award-winning innovative merchandising solutions.  Both geographic locations will be leveraged to ensure that quality production, speed to market, and cost-effective freight solutions are continually provided.  Brenda Kiehnau, Executive Vice President at INNOMARK Communications, will oversee both teams, as well as the launch of this new initiative.

 

Kiehnau will be joined by Mike Geremia (Director of Manufacturing), Mike Senetra (Senior Director of Operations), and Tuan Nguyen (Director of Customer Engagement) in New York. This team brings 75+ years of collective experience in high-end display design, engineering, and production.

 

 

Want to learn more about this new initiative?  Contact Us today.

 

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