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Zeeco expands global headquarters to Tulsa

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Zeeco Inc., a global leader in advanced combustion and environmental solutions, announced today that it is expanding its global headquarters to Tulsa. While Zeeco’s U.S. manufacturing operations and key functions will remain in the company’s facilities in Broken Arrow, it has purchased the former US Cellular building at 4700 S. Garnett Road in Tulsa and will be transforming the building into Zeeco’s new corporate offices. Zeeco will celebrate its 44th anniversary in March 2023, and company leaders say years of strong business growth and the creation of hundreds of local jobs drove the search for a new, larger facility.

“We don’t plan to stop growing anytime soon, so it was apparent we needed a more flexible long-term solution for our growing employee base. The new headquarters building in Tulsa supports our strategic goals by providing our engineering, administrative, sales, and support personnel the space we need to grow. The move will also free up much-needed space in our Broken Arrow facilities to expand our supply chain, manufacturing, research and development, and testing operations,” Darton Zink, Zeeco President and CEO, said.

“With the global focus on reducing greenhouse emissions, our ability to design, manufacture and deliver innovative solutions will drive continued growth. We are currently hiring for both locations, and more space will make it easier to accommodate our needs now and into the future, as well as provide a first-class experience for our employees.”

While several hundred Zeeco employee positions will be moving to the new Tulsa campus, hundreds will remain in Broken Arrow, and company leaders were clear that acquiring a new headquarters facility in Tulsa was a function of availability, practicality, location, and sizing of the space.

“Broken Arrow will remain a key component of our global footprint now and into the future. The city and its workforce have been an excellent home for us, and we’re excited about the possibilities the additional space in our Broken Arrow facility will create. We look forward to a strong continued partnership with the city of Broken Arrow as we explore those possibilities,” Zink said.

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