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Currie Technologies moves headquarters

Published December 6, 2012

SIMI VALLEY, CA (BRAIN) — After 10 years in Chatsworth, California, electric bike vendor Currie Technologies moved its company headquarters to Simi Valley at the end of November.

The move resulted in a less congested area and commute for current employees, and a larger, more spacious company headquarters, president Larry Pizzi said.
“Our lease in Chatsworth was up and we thought Simi would be a better and healthier environment for our employees and our company,” said Pizzi. “The air feels cleaner and you’re surrounded by beautiful mountain ranges.” 
The new facility has been built out to Currie’s specifications with additional office space, a large product showroom and conference room, restrooms fully equipped with shower facilities for those that want to get a workout in at lunch or have a long morning bike commute and an air-conditioned quality control and assembly department separated from the warehouse floor.
The building is encompassed by a bike path that runs from one end of the valley to the other.

Currently, Currie Technologies employs 45 people in the Simi Valley headquarters, which is expected to increase in the future.

We’ve recently added five new people to our team,” says Pizzi, “and as the business continues to scale, we will continue to add staff to meet the service needs of our valued customers.”

Currie is owned by Accell Group, which also owns Raleigh and Seattle Bike Supply. 

Ribbon cutting at Currie's new facility in Simi Valley

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