International Display Manufacturer Triples Production Facility Space

Gwinnett County, Ga., Apr. 25, 2023 –– Aluvision, an event and exhibit modular systems developer and supplier, plans to invest $1 million and hire 30 new positions in unincorporated Gwinnett County this year. Currently located at 1620 Satellite Boulevard, Aluvision leased the adjacent suite, increasing their production area from 29,000 to 83,000 square feet. The expansion will accommodate new design, production and sales roles, as well as add three more manufacturing lines, which will double production capacity.

“At Aluvision, customer service and high-quality durable products have always been top priority,” said Aluvision President Dirk Deleu. “The expansion aims to maintain and continually strengthen our good reputation in those core areas. With the additional space, we not only have the opportunity to further invest in our in-house production facilities, but we also create extra opportunities to invite customers for training sessions and showroom visits. Witnessing a flourishing company and getting to know the people behind the scenes is the perfect starting point for long-term relationships.”

Ann Vancoillie and Dirk Deleu founded the company in Belgium in 2003. They expanded to the U.S. in 2012, opening a sales office in Atlanta in 2013 and then a production facility in unincorporated Gwinnett County in 2016. The family-owned and first-generation company currently employs 41 professionals locally and serves more than 3,000 partners globally.

“Georgia, and the Metro Atlanta region in particular, is home to a multitude of U.S. headquarters for international companies,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development Deputy Commissioner of Global Commerce Kristi Brigman. “With access to a robust talent pipeline and global markets, companies like Aluvision are able to lay down roots and grow in Georgia, adding to our diverse industry mix and filling market niches that support our larger business community.”

Aluvision imagineers innovative solutions that combine efficiency, elegance and sustainability, designing lean products using the latest technologies. They recently launched 16 new innovative solutions, including Flexbox, a mobile and modular unit that showcases products or services any place, such as minimalistic shops, temporary showrooms and VIP lounges. They designed the product to meet the growing demand for a high-end temporary outdoor event unit with easy assembly and disassembly. They also produce 100% recyclable and reusable products, including a reusable aluminum modular stand building system, and continuously pursue sustainable solutions.

“As a certified Atlanta Regional Commission Green Community, Gwinnett County embraces sustainable companies and practices,” said Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Nicole Hendrickson. “We celebrate Aluvision’s commitment to expanding in our community, as well as fostering a greener world.”

With decades of experience creating unique customer projects, Aluvision has become the leading system supplier in the event industry and has won more than 30 awards, including: the EXHIBITORLIVE Buyers Choice Award for the Omni Hi-LED Box, the iF Design Award for the Puck XL and the Red Dot Design Award for the Puck XL in 2022. They also opened a 9,000-square-foot showroom and warehouse in Las Vegas in January and will have a booth at EXHIBITORLIVE from April 24 to 26 at the Kentucky International Convention Center.

“The Sugarloaf Community Improvement District represents one of the top 10 employment centers in the region,” said Sugarloaf Community Improvement District Executive Director Alyssa Davis. “We are proud Aluvision has chosen to expand in our prosperous business and entertainment district.”

Partnership Gwinnett Technology and Life Sciences Project Manager Andrew Hickey managed the project in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Metro Atlanta Chamber, Jackson Electric Membership Corporation, Gwinnett County Government and Sugarloaf Community Improvement District.

“Gwinnett County offers abundant resources to support global business,” said Partnership Gwinnett Economic Development Senior Director Deven Cason. “We are happy to help Aluvision grow and we look forward to their continued success.”


Click to view. Partnership Gwinnett Economic Development Senior Director Deven Cason, Jackson EMC District Manager Jennifer Fennell and Georgia Department of Economic Development Managing Director Sérgio Domingues visit Aluvision President Dirk Deleu and Chief Innovation Officer Jan Dumont at their headquarters in Belgium during a European Mission Trip in March. The international display manufacturer tripled their production facility space, which will add $1 million capital investment and 30 new positions in unincorporated Gwinnett County this year.

Aluvision is a first-generation family business and worldwide leader in developing and supplying exhibition and event systems. With state-of-the-art headquarters in Belgium and a sales and production facility in Georgia, Aluvision successfully services over 3,000 partners worldwide. The Aluvision system offers a wide range of sustainable solutions for ceilings, displays, floors, hanging signs, lightboxes, LED walls and modular walls. For more information, visit or follow on social media.

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