Westinghouse Relocates China Headquarters

PHILADELPHIA--Westinghouse Lighting has relocated its Asian headquarters to the centrally located downtown Chang'an of Dongguan City, China, as part of its global restructuring.

Now in an expanded, modern office building, the new location will enable the company to support international product development, order fulfillment and supply chain goals. This follows the

recent relocation of its California distribution center from Santa Fe Springs to Chino.

"Our corporate restructuring has given us a clear direction for meeting customer demands," said Carl Thon, senior vice president of operations. "Now that we're implementing plans to build the business and redefine the Westinghouse brand, our operations will expand accordingly to create synergy with all of our customers on a global scale."

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