Management & Operations

IMPulse moves back to original N.C. factory

Posted on May 29, 2013

IMPulse NC LLC, a leading U.S. manufacturer of overhead contact system (catenary) hardware for public transit systems, is moving back to its original factory.

Due to a plant expansion by the owners of its current factory, IMPulse must move. Company officials do not expect its customers to notice any impact or disruption during the move beginning at the end of May. IMPulse employees plan to be in their new offices by June 3, 2013.

All telephone numbers, faxes and email addresses will remain unchanged, and the company will maintain its current mailing address:
100 IMPulse Way, Mount Olive, NC 28365

For a physical location (until the Internet mapping services are able to move and reset IMPulse Way), the street location is 1229 N. Breazeale Avenue, Mount Olive, NC  28365.

For more information, visit www.impulsenc.com

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