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Prince Edward Visits Jaguar Land Rover HQ in Mahwah

His Royal Highness, The Earl of Wessex, joined employees at Jaguar Land Rover North America at the official building dedication ceremony of its new state-of-the-art North American Headquarters in Mahwah.

The Earl joined employees to unveil a special plaque and commemorate the official opening of the new headquarters. Prior to the dedication ceremony, HRH met with various employees who had served time in the United States Armed Forces, as well as employees who spearhead charity efforts within the community. The Earl also took a brief tour of the new 30,000 sq. ft. product research, training and development center.

“We are honored to have His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex join us for the official building dedication ceremony of our all new Jaguar Land Rover North American headquarters,” said Joe Eberhardt, President & CEO, Jaguar Land Rover North America. “Our new facility provides our employees a workplace that fosters teamwork, collaboration and efficiency, all which are essential to supporting the rapid growth of Jaguar Land Rover in North America.”

Situated on a 12 acre campus, the new 144,000 sq. ft. facility represents an investment of over $30 million by Jaguar Land Rover. In addition to the new 30,000 sq. ft. product research, training and development center, the facility features a showroom with the latest Jaguar and Land Rover models, 47 electric vehicle chargers, 78 conference rooms and meeting spaces, 498 workstations and over 85 indoor and outdoor wireless access points to allow for a more collaborative workspace and open environment. In an effort to be more sustainable and source from local vendors, all catering in the building is provided by Dartcor Food Services, a local New Jersey farm-to-table food service vendor, all coffee is sourced from a New Jersey coffee roaster, and all paper products in the building are eco-friendly and recyclable.

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