Littleton Road Business Leaves Chelmsford For More Space

DSI Communications left for Littleton last month due to continuing growth and a lack of available locations in Chelmsford.


After over a decade in Chelmsford, DSI Marketing Communication packed up shop last month, moving down Littleton Road from their previous location across from the Elks Club to their new home in Littleton.

While the company’s preference was to stay within Chelmsford, a lack of affordable mixed industrial/commercial space required a move to the new Littleton location, which at 14,000 square feet is twice as large as its old location.

“The company has grown so rapidly that moving to a larger space has been a priority for us,” said Laurie Cote, president and chief executive officer. “We’ve doubled our workforce since 2010 and expanded our design, marketing and printing capabilities to serve clients across the country. Our new office allows us to offer enhanced services including a dedicated mail and fulfillment space and a complete photography studio.”

More information on the company is available on its website.

Sunny May 07, 2013 at 04:33 PM
Sad news to see a prosperous business move to another town. So many small businesses are closing, town officials put more attention in business sector than housing sector. There are a lot of empty buildings in Chelmsford.
Tyler Jozefowicz May 08, 2013 at 07:47 PM
Does the Chelmsford Business Association play a role in fostering, nurturing and retaining businesses in town, promoting the town as a strategically located business mecca? What then is their role besides pushing to make sure a split tax rate does not take effect? what do they talk about at their meetings. This sounds like a perfect topic.


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