Made in America: Crestron
For more than 40 years, Crestron has been the manufacturer of advanced control and automation systems. Known for innovating technology and reinventing the way people live and work, Crestron can control everything in your client’s home – lights, shades, security, and entertainment – all Integrated by Design, using touch screens, remotes, keypads and apps.
Key Products Assembled in the US
All Crestron products are designed and developed in NJ, and launched into production at the company’s 180,000 square foot factory located in Rockleigh, NJ. All software and firmware is developed in NJ. Crestron has invested heavily in their USA-based product design and development efforts, including leading-edge prototyping technologies: stereo lithography rapid prototyping, advanced anechoic testing chambers and multi-axis X-ray equipment. These tools and facilities enable Crestron to invent and bring to market hundreds of new products each year.
Crestron manufactures products at the company’s Cresskill and Rockleigh locations where they employ several hundred production workers and utilize state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment such as wave-soldering and robotic pick-and-place equipment.
The company has made investments of several million dollars into its facilities including two automated surface mount assembly lines, complete product realization and prototyping facility, 100,000 square foot distribution facility, 45 flex assembly lines, training centers, Customer Experience Centers and Design Showrooms.
Noteworthy products include Crestron DigitalMedia, 3-series™ control processors, collaboration solutions, lighting control and shading solutions, Sonnex® multiroom audio distribution systems, speakers, touch screens, handheld remotes and keypads.
Headquartered in Rockleigh, New Jersey, Crestron employs a substantial work force in New Jersey. With over 500,000 square feet of manufacturing, research and development, and warehousing space, Crestron owns a total of six buildings in Rockleigh, Cresskill and Orangeburg. As a leading Research and Development company, the company employs over several hundred engineers and software developers.
Crestron employs 1,600 in the U.S. with a total of 3,000 employees globally. Crestron has more than 90 offices across the world.