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Serving the Community since 1903
Littleton Industrial Park
Littleton Means Business!
With its picturesque setting and small town appeal, Littleton is a great place to live. Add those attributes to the lowest electric rates in the Granite State, fantastic business advantages like high-speed internet and a quality work force, proximity to I-93 and I-91, and an award winning downtown, and it's easy to see why Littleton has long attracted industry.
With 280 acres dedicated to commerce, the Littleton Industrial Park is home to 17 businesses, which employ more than 1,200 people. These include longstanding local companies with an international reach, like Littleton Coin Company and BURNDY®, along with newer additions like Secured Network Services. From making shoes and healing bug bites to managing content and delivering packages...it all happens from the hub of the Littleton Industrial Park.
Littleton Industrial Park Directory
How the Littleton Community joined together to create the Littleton Industrial Park
- Burndy, LLC
- Tender Corporation
- New England Electric Wire
- Secured Network Systems
- Littleton Coin Company
- Schwann's Sales, Inc.
- Harrison Publishing Company
- Federal Express
- Poulsen Enterprises
- Direct TV
- Greenville Screw
Littleton Economic News
Another month, another groundbreaking: Rotobec is Expanding!
It's been a busy summer in the Littleton Industrial Park, and Rotobec broke ground on a 23,000-square-foot expansion at the end of July, adding to the flurry of business activity. The Quebec-based manufacturer of grapples and material handlers was founded in 1975 and set up shop in Littleton in 1986.
Rotobec's Littleton plant employs 21 people and serves as both production facility and the U.S. distribution center of Rotobec products. The expansion, which will triple the size of Rotobec's Littleton building, will allow the company to manufacture complete knuckle-boom loaders here. It will also lead an additional 25-30 manufacturing jobs in Littleton.
Hiring will begin this fall, with the expansion slated for completion by March.
Tender Corp, a mainstay of the Littleton Industrial Park, is growing!
Tender Corporation, founded in 1973, broke ground this spring on a new 117,250-square-foot facility that will enable it to consolidate and streamline operations and allow space for future expansion.
Manufacturers of the well-known AfterBite® insect bite treatment, along with insect repellents, first-aid products, and burn remedies, Tender employs 145 people. The company's new building in the Industrial Park will allow Tender to consolidate three separate facilities into a single location and provide potential for creating additional product lines, further automation of manufacturing, and expanded production capabilities.
The company plans to begin operations in its new building at the end of this year and be completely established there by early 2016.
In standard Littleton fashion, the Tender Corps move has been something of a community effort, with LIDC president Greg Eastman, local business leaders Val Poulsen and Dan Hebert, and Mike Norman of Horizons Engineering all helping to make the move - and business growth - happen. For more about Tender Corporation, visit www.tendercorp.com
In The News
Littleton Coin Company was featured on NH Chronicle. View Story here....
Supporting Small Businesses
LIDC teamed up with the Littleton Area Chamber this past Winter to host a small business plan competition, The Capital adVENTURE Challenge. This challenge was designed to help Littleton's entrepreneurship community grow and flourish, with a small business plan competition that encourages innovative ideas and strong entrepreneurial spirit within our region. A live audience business pitch was held on May 8th, 2015 at the Littleton Opera House.
The grand prize winners of the 2015 Capital adVenture were Meryl and Lane Nevins of Prospect Farm, followed closely by runners up Matt Michaud and Catherine Mros of Sandwich Tech. Another competition is being planned for 2016 - Watch for details.
Residential Electric rates as low as 10 cents per kilowatt hour from municipally-owned Littleton Water and Light Department
- Adjacent to I-93 near I-91
- Competitive financing available
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Well-educated and skilled local work force
Greg Eastman, President
93 Main St.
Littleton, NH 03561
Commercial Real Estate Professionals
Visit one of our local realtors for more information on commercial properties and business opportunities in the Littleton area.
For More Information about Littleton's Industrial Park
- Town of Littleton
- Littleton Area TV - Channel 2
- Chamber of Commerce
- Historical Society
- Littleton Rotary Club
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