Twin-Star International enlarges Delray Beach headquarters

From furnishings to fireplaces, Twin-Star International has the Florida home accessories market covered as the company expands its Delray Beach corporate headquarters to embrace ongoing growth, with a renewed commitment to its location through 2020.


From furnishings to fireplaces, Twin-Star International has the Florida home accessories market covered as the company expands its Delray Beach corporate headquarters to embrace ongoing growth, with a renewed commitment to its location through 2020.

Simultaneously celebrating its 20th anniversary, Twin-Star expressed strong optimism, noting that recent acquisitions have bolstered the company’s position in marketing consumer electronics, fireplaces, stoves and heaters.

"Twin-Star International is very excited about expanding our headquarters, which fits our strategic needs, as well as giving a fresh workspace for building on our 20 years of experience," Marc Sculler, Twin-Star International’s co-president, said.

Among Twin-Star’s innovative product lines is “Fantasy Garage,” billed as the ultimate work center for organizing workshop space with one welded steel unit, complete with power supply ports, lockable drawers and sturdy adjustable shelving. Missing no details, the unit’s work surface even encompasses a built-in ruler.

"This expansion is a reflection of our ongoing commitment to our customers and our employees around the globe," Co-president Peter Harper said.

Twin-Star markets several well-known brands, including ClassicFlame, Duraflame, ChimneyFree, ClassicFlame Pro, Bell'O, Bell'O Digital, Powerheat, and Safer Socket. The company was founded in 1996 and will continue to maintain a satellite office in Freehold, New Jersey.

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