Noark Electric, a manufacturer that moved to Oak Creek in November, is one of two firms to relocate from Illinois to southeastern Wisconsin, according to a Journal Sentinel report.
Noark moved into a 6,000-square-foot facility at 9817 S. 13th St. on Nov. 9. The space is larger than Noark's previous headquarters in Rockford, Ill., and accommodates a small warehouse, an area for product training and space for future technical support, according to Noark's website.
Noark manufactures circuit protection and related products.
"The move to Oak Creek will significantly improve NOARK's ability to meet customers' needs and grow the North American business," according to the company.
Noark isn't the only business to make its presence felt in Oak Creek.
The Milwaukee Business Journal reports that SupplementWarehouse.com recently signed a lease to expand into the remaining 23,634 square feet of the 68,700-square-foot Liberty Corporate Preserve building, 10050 S. 27th St.
The facility will house the company's corporate office, warehouse space and a retail store, according to the report.