Diesel Laptops relocates headquarters

By |  July 10, 2018

Diesel Laptops moved its offices and production facility from Lexington, South Carolina, to Gilbert, South Carolina. The move was effective April 23.

To commemorate the opening, Diesel Laptops will be hosting an open house for its customers and vendor partners on Aug. 1. The open house will include campus tours, refreshments, games and prizes.

According to the company, the move was necessitated by significant growth. Diesel Laptops invested more than $2 million in the new headquarters.

“As our products and solutions have become better known in the industry, demand has risen significantly and quickly,” says Tyler Robertson, president of Diesel Laptops. “Our new 21,000-sq.-ft. office and production space are 75 percent larger than our previous facility and offers a more efficient layout. It will support our continued growth and expansion, as well as provide a better work environment for current and future staff.”

The new headquarters will also allow the company to add several employment opportunities.

Diesel Laptops, founded in 2014, provides specialized diesel diagnostic equipment for the commercial truck, construction, automobile, agriculture and off-highway markets.

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