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Entre Commercial Steers Consumer Products Maker to Zion Facility

Entre Commercial Realty completed a relocation and expansion for O2C Brands, a leader in consumer products since 1992. The tenant is moving to a 75,036-square-foot facility at 451 Trumpet Rd. in north suburban Zion, IL. 

O2C Brands retained Entre Commercial Realty in early 2022 to evaluate facility options to support the company’s growing business and distribution requirements. The process included evaluation of existing facility capacity, expansion options, inventory requirements, labor availability and so on, which ultimately led to the new Zion location. Constructed in 2009, the facility provides 30’ ceilings, 8 exterior truck docks and a customized office buildout to suit the tenant’s growing needs. 

Entre’s Dan Benassi, SIOR, and Sam Deihs represented O2C in the site selection process. Pat Hake, Ned Frank and Chris Volkert of Colliers represented the landlord, Link Logistics. 


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