Power-Sonic leases 40,000 square feet to establish HQ at LogistiCenter at I-80
RENO, Nev. — Dermody Properties recently announced it has leased 40,750 square feet in Building 4 at its LogistiCenter at I-80 property for a distribution center and new corporate headquarters for Power-Sonic Corporation.
Described as a global leader in design, marketing, distribution and application support of high-quality energy storage solutions, Power-Sonic Corporation’s products are used in a variety of industrial and electronic applications serving end markets, including life safety, medical, utilities and infrastructure, power sports and industrial automation.
Power-Sonic has a workforce of more than 1,000 with major operations in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Mexico and the Netherlands.
According to an April 18 news release from Dermody Properties, Power-Sonic’s new presence at LogistiCenter at I-80 marks the company’s first operations center in Nevada to support all western U.S., Mexico, South American and Canadian customers.
LogistiCenter at I-80 is a master-planned industrial park near the California-Nevada border at Verdi/Boomtown, with four buildings totaling more than 803,322 square feet. Buildings 1, 2 and 4 are fully leased, and Building 3 currently has 104,000 square feet still available.
“Our strategy throughout the country has been to build or acquire state-of-the-art facilities in highly desirable markets, and Northern Nevada has always been one such market for us,” Douglas A. Kiersey, Jr., President of Dermody Properties, said in a statement. “We welcome Power-Sonic to our outstanding list of customers. We believe they will truly benefit from their new Nevada home.”
Eric Bennett of CBRE represented both Dermody Properties and Power-Sonic in the leasing transaction.
The goal is to benefit Northern Nevada’s agriculture and ranching industries by developing solutions to environmental effects created by current concentrated animal feeding operations, or CAFOs.