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Erchonia Relocates-Plans Greenville County, South Carolina, Corporate Headquarters

Erchonia Corp., a global laser technology manufacturer, plans to relocate its corporate headquarters to Greenville County, South Carolina. The $6.7 million project is expected to create 51 jobs.

The company will construct a custom facility at the South Chase Industrial Park. Operations are scheduled for October 2023.

“We are looking forward to the completion of our state-of-the-art facility that is being built to our exact specifications,” said Erchonia Corp. President Steven Shanks. “As the location of Erchonia’s new corporate headquarters, Greenville County is centrally located and is ideal for Erchonia’s planned growth and expansion as a world leader in low-level laser technology.”

The Coordinating Council for Economic Development approved job development credits related to the project.

“It’s always great when an innovative life sciences technology company like Erchonia establishes operations in South Carolina. Announcements like this showcase the diverse environment our state has cultivated, and we are excited to welcome this company to Greenville County,” noted Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.

Founded in 1996, Erchonia is a world leader in low-level laser technology, which uses low-level lasers at specific wavelengths to provide powerful therapeutic effects at the cellular level. Utilizing its LLLT, the company produces safe, effective products designed for physicians worldwide, including but not limited to chiropractors, physical therapists, physicians, podiatrists, health clinics and veterinarians.

“As a booming center of life sciences growth, Greenville County is honored when an industry leader like Erchonia chooses to expand here. The company’s well-earned leadership in low-level laser technology supporting both medical and veterinarian markets, and its passion for being good corporate citizens where they operate, fit well in Greenville County, and we wish them success here long into the future,” added Greenville County Council Chairman and Greenville Area Development Corporation Board Member Dan Tripp.

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