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Schroth Safety Products opens Americas HQ
After 75 years in business it's time for a new office, and Schroth has moved its engineering, manufacturing and customer services to larger facilities in Florida. There will be room for AAM-related product development too.
Germany consul general Andreas Siegel; Broward County mayor Michael Udine; Schroth CEO Martin Nadol; Fort Lauderdale vice mayor Heather Moraitis; and Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance CEO Bob Swindell.

Schroth Safety Products, a manufacturer of occupant protection and restraint systems for customised applications in aerospace, defence and motorsport, held a grand opening of its new Americas headquarters corporate office and manufacturing facility.

The nearly 35,000 sq ft building in Fort Lauderdale, Florida employs more than 60 people who service clients throughout North, Central and South America as well as Southeast Asia. Previously, the company was located in a smaller, 29,000 sq ft facility in Pompano Beach. Schroth's European headquarters are based in Arnsberg, Germany and the company also maintains a corporate office in China.

The new Fort Lauderdale facility enhances the capacity and capabilities of Schroth's US-based engineering, manufacturing and customer service teams to deliver customised passenger safety solutions for current aerospace and defence industries, as well as additional capacity to support exciting new industries such as advanced air mobility.

“Our new Americas headquarters enables us to expand both our manufacturing facility and our corporate offices as we grow our team to service the strong demand for our products,” says CEO Martin Nadol.

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