Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) has relocated its Massachusetts-based Keurig business unit to an office complex in Burlington, US.
The newly leased location will provide the increased square footage required to support the company’s expanding innovation efforts and new product development capabilities.
The new campus will be located in the area of 63 South Avenue in Burlington. The relocation from the company’s three existing Massachusetts facilities in Reading, Wakefield and Woburn is anticipated to take place in phases over the next several years. GMCR currently has 519 employees in Massachusetts.
Michelle Stacy, president of GMCR’s Keurig business unit, said: “In addition to enabling the expansion of our research and development capabilities, the design and layout of the new Burlington-based campus will provide an atmosphere that strengthens the underpinnings of the GMCR culture, as well as the Keurig brand, by fostering closer teamwork and providing for space dedicated to the ongoing training and education of our employees, a critical facet of GMCR’s culture and philosophy.”
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