FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Official Release – Office of the Mayor
April 13, 2021
Re: Schulz Electric, formerly of New Haven, is relocating to the East Haven Industrial Park
Mayor Joseph Carfora, Raymond G. Baldwin, Jr., Economic Development Director, and the Economic Development Commission are pleased to announce that Schulz Electric, formerly of New Haven, is relocating to the East Haven Industrial Park.
Schulz Electric, a $15 million a year company with 50 employees, has entered into a long-term lease for the 41,000 sq ft of light industrial space at 110 Commerce St. owned by Thomas Hennessey.
Schulz Electrics project manager, Richard Chrzanowski, said; “We are excited about our move to East Haven. I want to thank the town administration, the building, zoning & engineering departments, and Ray Baldwin for their support in making this relocation seamless.” Carfora provided, “We are working hard to create relationships like this. Ray, Schulz Electric, and Tom Hennessey deserve a great deal of credit. This was truly a coordinated, and professional effort to bring an established and reputable company to our community.”
Schulz Electric will be investing substantially in renovations and improvements to the building so that they can begin operations by May. Their new neighbor, Total Fab LLC, 140 Commerce St., will be providing much of the steel girders needed for the outfitting of the building so it’s a real “win-win” for the town of East Haven & the East Haven business community.