Automotive and appliance component supplier GHSP is shifting its technology teams into a new complex in its native Grand Haven, Mich.
More than 20 employees began moving into some 7,000 square feet in a former downtown water pump station earlier this month.
Company officials said the move exemplifies GHSP’s rapid growth, as well as its transition from mechanical systems — primarily auto parts — to electronic systems that also serve appliance manufacturers and health care and retail facilities.
“Today, we’re creating the next generation of control systems — touch screens, connected controls, new auto shifters and high-tech interfaces,” Chief Technology Officer Marc Smeyers said in a statement. “Our new Grand Haven location will serve as an incubator for the types of technology-driven offerings that consumers will come to love and rely on in the vehicles, appliances and devices of the future.”