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Bintelli Expands Manufacturing In Charleston, South Carolina

12/22/2016
Bintelli, a manufacturer and distributor of mopeds, scooters and electric vehicles, has expanded its existing operations in the West Ashley district of Charleston, South Carolina.

To meet growing demand from both its dealers and end users, Bintelli has increased its electric vehicle manufacturing output, as well as its available inventory. To accommodate this growth, the company has decided to add 23 new positions to its Charleston County operations, which are located at 620 Dobbin Road in Charleston, South Carolina.

“Our recent Charleston expansion has given us the ability to continue to grow and better support our dealer family and end users. With a large manufacturing team, increased inventory and additional sales and support staff, we are finally able to run our program the way we have envisioned for the last few years. It’s a really exciting time for us at Bintelli, and thus far, our dealers and customers have been extremely excited about the early returns of our expansion,” said Bintelli President Justin Jackrel.

“Each time one of our companies in the manufacturing industry is able to expand here, it shows the world that South Carolina’s workforce is second to none. We’re excited to congratulate Bintelli and its leadership on the success it has found here and look forward to seeing the impact that this investment, and the 23 new jobs it means for Charleston County, will have in the lives of South Carolinians,” Governor Nikki Haley said.

“Our congratulations go out to Bintelli on their electrifying new facility in West Ashley. The strategic advantages that the Port of Charleston offers Bintelli will translate into success both for the company and for our community,” Charleston County Council Chairman Elliott Summey noted.

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