Element Designs Relocates-Plans Fort Mill, South Carolina, Headquarters-Manufacturing
Located at 7107 Logistics Lane, the new 112,840-square-foot facility, scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2023, will serve as the company’s joint headquarters and manufacturing operations.
"We are very excited to move our headquarters to Fort Mill, S.C. We already feel very welcomed and can’t wait to call it our new home. It will be a transformational move for our company. This new location and state of the art facility will not only provide us with the necessary room to grow, but it will also be a testament to what we as a company want to be recognized for: an innovative industry leader that produces beautiful products in a sustainable way. Its proximity to our current location was also very important as we want our incredible team to move with us and enjoy the benefits of this new space to call home,” said Element Designs President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Uebersax.
As an incentive, the Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits related to this project.
“Manufacturers of all sizes and industries have found long-term success in communities throughout South Carolina, and we’re eager to support Element Designs to continue that commitment,” noted Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.
Founded in 2003 and currently headquartered in Charlotte, Element Designs is an industry leader in providing premium, contemporary aluminum, glass, and acrylic surfacing materials and components to the top kitchen, office and closet manufacturers.
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