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Zerran Moves to New HQ

April 30, 2012


Zerran International Corporation, maker of professional wet lines and specialty in-salon treatments, is marking its 26th year by moving into a new corporate headquarters. The move to 40,000 square feet of an integrated office, education center, warehousing and shipping space, which effectively triples the company’s capabilities. Adding in existing laboratory and manufacturing areas, Zerran’s facilities now encompass nearly 200,000 square feet in its entirety, according to the firm

“Timing was opportune,” said Zerran International president Steve Sauté. “We see it in the confluence of high international interest in our products as evidenced at Cosmoprof Bologna….American consumers increasingly seeking alternatives to harsh chemical smoothers, and a real uptick in stylists everywhere contemplating the effect of products on their occupational health.”

Zerran International Corp. is now located at 12820 Pierce St., Pacoima, CA 91331. All contact numbers remain unchanged.

More info:www.zerran.com
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