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June 27, 2024  |  Trew Automation
Trew Automation

Trew LLC, a leading automated materials handling solutions provider, is proud to introduce its new global headquarters and manufacturing facility at 10045 International Boulevard in West Chester Township. 


Trew provides automated material handling solutions for integrators and end users, including Warehouse Execution Systems, Warehouse Control Systems, PLC- and server-based machine controls, conventional and motorized driven roller conveyors, and services such as concepting, engineering, technical support, parts, field service and training.


Serving the North American retail, warehouse, distribution, manufacturing and e-commerce industries, Trew’s experienced staff and broad network of integrated partners enable uncommonly smart solutions scalable to any material handling needs. 


This project is Trew’s third major expansion in five years in the Southwest Ohio region. The automated material handlings solutions provider entered into a long-term lease for 263,000 square feet of office and manufacturing space in West Chester, bringing its total to nearly 500,000 square feet in Southwest Ohio. The additional space further fast-tracks Trew’s growth while creating an additional 190 full-time positions. 


Trew plans to accelerate investments in developing automation technologies, warehouse execution software, and creating world-class manufacturing, innovation and client support facilities in the region. 


“The material handling automation market and our clients’ fulfillment and distribution capabilities continue to rapidly transform,” shared Alfred Rebello, Trew Chief Executive Officer. "The expansion to our campus will continue to fuel our growth. This region has a strong tradition of high-quality material handling labor and the manufacturing infrastructure that our clients and partners can trust in that Trew will continue deliver innovative on-time solutions.”

Trew chose Ohio for its expansion and investments due to the availability of engineering talent, speed at which expanded manufacturing infrastructure can be brought online, accessibility to multiple customers who have retail and e-commerce distribution centers, and the willingness of organizations to help businesses access resources to enable growth.