Zebra plans to move to larger HQ in Lincolnshire

 
Daily Herald Staff Report
Updated 12/11/2013 11:11 PM
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  • Zebra Technologies Corp. is a large producer of bar code labeling machines. This is the plant in Vernon Hills.

    Zebra Technologies Corp. is a large producer of bar code labeling machines. This is the plant in Vernon Hills. DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTO

  • DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTOZebra Technologies Corp. is a large producer of bar code labeling machines. This is the plant in Vernon Hills.

    DAILY HERALD FILE PHOTOZebra Technologies Corp. is a large producer of bar code labeling machines. This is the plant in Vernon Hills.

Zebra Technologies Corp., which makes radio frequency identification printers and bar codes, has signed a new lease for a larger headquarters at 3 Overlook Point in Lincolnshire, according to sources in a report Wednesday by Crain's Chicago Business.

Zebra, which has offices in Lincolnshire and Vernon Hills, will combine those operations in a move sometime in 2017, according to sources.

A spokeswoman declined to comment and referred questions to another spokeswoman, who was unavailable.

Founded in 1969, Zebra has about 2,500 employees in offices across 26 countries.

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