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SICK opens new campus in South Loop

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Bloomington Briefing Published November 18, 2022
Updated on November 18, 2022
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SICK Sensors officially opened its new North American headquarters in Bloomington’s South Loop with a ribbon cutting in November. The new building is a 138,000-square-foot space used for production and logistics. SICK designs, builds and sells intelligent sensors that are used for industrial applications around the world. In 2018, SICK was looking to consolidate its Bloomington and Savage locations. The Port Authority suggested using a 14-acre, City-owned site in South Loop. Crews broke ground on the new campus in 2021. In the coming years, the company has plans to grow in South Loop.  The second phase of development will include a multilevel office complex and customer resource center to be completed by the year 2026.