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Barcoding Inc. is planning a move from Canton to Highlandtown.
The supply chain automation company purchased a former garment factory at 3840 Bank St., and plans to renovate it next year.
The move will come in the 20th year for the company, which has been expanding its offerings. It acquired two companies this year, including fellow Southeast Baltimore company Power Up (formerly NV3 Technologies). The company is also looking to use new space for mobile device production and repair, as well as an RFID technology center.
The location is the former home of a garment factory run by I.C. Isaacs and Co. The company received $795,000 in state tax credits for the project. It plans to begin renovating the 31,000 sq. ft. building in March, and complete the project by the end of 2018. Baltimore-based Urban Design Group will design the work. The company will look to repurpose existing materials, such as garment tables, as CEO Jay Steinmetz said it’s important to the company to honor the building’s past.
“We look forward to moving into the up-and-coming Highlandtown district,” Steinmetz said. “At this point in time construction in Baltimore is lacking, motivating us to double down and create a state-of-the-
The company’s current headquarters is about 1.5 miles away on Boston St. in Canton.-30-
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