NAI Emory Hill executes five-year lease of 3,680 s/f
Wilmington, DE —Datrex leased space at the Airport Business Center in New Castle, relocating their northeast distribution center from Lancaster, PA to Delaware. NAI Emory Hill agents Becky Harrington and Lorraine Sheldon executed the five-year lease of 3,680 s/f of space at 100 Quigley Blvd. to Datrex, which manufactures emergency rations, drinking water, liferings, survival craft spares and photo luminescent signage.
Datrex is also an importer and distributor of marine emergency products and supplies such as Echomax, Hansson/Ikaros, Veleria San Giorgio, Hammar, Sea Safe Life Rafts, Mullion, Kadematic, Ocean Signal plus many, many more. NEW CASTLE, DE – Emory Hill & Company announced that Fred Wise has joined the firm as a project manager. Wise has over 30 years of experience in the construction industry including work in the industrial, commercial, government, public, transportation, residential and education industries. Prior to joining Emory Hill Wise worked at ARGO Systems LLC, Bancroft Construction Company and Veterans Professional Associates. One of his most notable projects included The BRAC Movement, comprised of a 138,600 s/f building on 15.8 acres with offices, electronic laboratories, shops and testing facilities, and a 118,000 s/f integration facility, pump stations and infrastructure for the Army Corp of Engineers at the Command, Control, Communication, Computer, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR) Campus, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD.