Turn5 Inc., an e-commerce provider of aftermarket parts for souping up Jeeps and muscle cars, is relocating from Malvern to a larger new headquarters in Tredyffrin Township, Chester County, with plans to boost staffing by more than 180 over the next three years.
Turn5, which currently has a staff of about 300, plans to invest $7.9 million to build out its new 90,000-square-foot location at 600 Cedar Hollow Rd. in Paoli, according to a release Thursday from Gov. Wolf’s office. The business is receiving as much as $611,000 in training and job-creation support from the state’s Department of Community and Economic Development, according to the release.
Turn5’s brands include AmericanMuscle, which provides parts and accessories for Ford Mustangs and F-150s, and ExtremeTerrain, which specializes in aftermarket supplies for Jeep Wrangler vehicles.
The new space in Paoli will feature video studios, a product-development lab, and a dynamometer for testing vehicles’ horsepower, as well as amenities including a two-lane bowling alley and a fully stocked bar inside a shipping container.