Linden, N.J. -- Announced today by America Semiconductor, LLC, a leading manufacturer of state-of-the-industry high-power semiconductors, is the relocation of its U.S. Headquarters to Goethals Park, 2525 Brunswick Ave., Suite 209, Linden, New Jersey. The 600,000 square-foot campus, owned by the family of America Semiconductor's Co-Founder, Bruce Wilpon, additionally serves as the company's warehouse. Goethals Park is strategically located adjacent to the New Jersey Turnpike and in close proximity to Newark Liberty Airport.
According to Jeffrey Simon, the company's Co-CEO, "The relocation to larger space is in line with our business plan to continually strive to the next level of excellence. America Semiconductor has a significant quantity of new products in production, and this move further shows our commitment to provide the global market with the highest quality semiconductor products."
America Semiconductor's new offices in Goethals Park are the base for the company's executive management, administrative, training, research, sales support and marketing activities. The approximately 50% increase in office space will accommodate America Semiconductor's anticipated expansion resulting from the growing demand for their semiconductor products, which include high-power standard, fast and super-fast recovery rectifiers, low-power and bridge rectifiers, diacs, IGBT modules, SCRs, Triacs, Shottky and Zener diodes.
"Moving to the Goethals Park Campus is part of our ongoing effort to best support our distribution partners," stated Bruce Wilpon, Co-Founder of America Semiconductor. "By maximizing our own operational efficiencies, we are even better positioned to provide unparalleled levels of customer support and service."
For additional information from America Semiconductor call 908-810-SEMI(7364) or visit www.americasemi.com