Federal-Mogul relocates global headquarters

October 1, 2014

Federal-Mogul Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: FDML) has announced that it is relocating its global headquarters to a ten-story office complex close to its current location in Southfield, Michigan, USA. The automotive supplier reported the move into its new 180,000-ft2 complex will take place during October 2014.

Federal-Mogul expects the new building’s state-of-the-art technology and design to provide a collaborative environment, enhancing communication and teamwork.

“Our employees pride themselves on working collaboratively with each other, so we’ve designed the build-out of our new space in order to further enhance communication and teamwork,” stated Scott Pepin, Senior Vice President, Human Resources. “Further, we are pleased about remaining in Southfield, a city that has supported our company and employees for nearly 50 years.”

“Federal-Mogul has been synonymous with Southfield since its headquarters opened here in 1966 and we could not be more pleased that the company has chosen to stay,” stated Brenda Lawrence, Mayor of the City of Southfield. “Having Federal-Mogul remain in Southfield fortifies our city as the ‘Center of it All’ and one of the largest corporate addresses in Michigan.”


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