OGDEN, UTAH, Feb. 11, 2011—Trace Minerals Research (TMR) is expanding and remodeling its corporate offices so it has enough office space for recent additions to its sales department and for other employees it will be hiring.
“Over the years we have been creatively moving people around to make space for more and more personnel as we’ve grown, but we’ve gotten to the point where we just don’t have any more room available,” said Ryan Fisher, General Manager of TMR. “Since we’ve added two more sales positions to our sales team, we knew we had to build more offices to accommodate the current and future growth.”
TMR is adding more offices and a new boardroom and is remodeling the entire corporate office building. It plans to have the office expansion and remodel finished in April.
The office expansion comes just weeks after TMR expanded and increased its manufacturing capabilities by adding a new powder-fill machine to its cGMP manufacturing facility. In the coming months, TMR will also be adding additional high speed equipment to increase its manufacturing capabilities in other areas of production.
About TMR—Trace Minerals Research (www.traceminerals.com) is the ionic mineral supplement brand you’ve known and trusted for over 35 years. TMR provides the natural products industry with solar evaporated, food-grade essential trace minerals from the Great Salt Lake for supplement use and is the exclusive provider of ConcenTrace® Trace Mineral Drops, the number one selling trace mineral in the natural products industry. TMR uses these naturally balanced, naturally occurring minerals as the basis for all products in its branded product line. Extensive research supports the need to keep minerals in proper balance throughout the body in order to achieve optimal health. Trace Minerals Research is focused solely on servicing the natural products industry and the company’s complete line of superior quality nutritional supplements is backed by a “Feel the Difference or Your Money Back” guarantee. In addition, TMR is Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) certified by the Natural Products Association™ (NPA) (www.naturalproductsassoc.org) under the new Food and Drug Administration’s final cGMP rule [21 CFR 111] for dietary supplements and has been GMP certified since 2004.