REMBE Selects Indian Land, South Carolina, for Operational Hub
Founded in 2006, REMBE Inc. specializes in explosion protection and pressure relief for a wide variety of industries. The company provides high-quality venting, explosion protection, venting pressure, vacuum relief and safety consulting solutions for manufacturing operations including grain, sugar, wood and metal-related processes. REMBE Inc. is constructing a facility that will serve as its home office and house the company’s sales operations, warehousing and light manufacturing assembly operations. The facility in Lancaster County is expected to be online by December 2020.
“I know I speak for our team when I say that we are very excited to be taking the next steps to firmly establishing REMBE Inc. as a U.S.-based, full-service combustible dust explosion safety organization. We greatly appreciate the opportunity to move to a growing, progressive community that we can support and promote,” REMBE Inc. President and CEO Dr. Gerd Mayer said.
“REMBE Inc.’s decision to locate in Lancaster County is another sign that companies realize that South Carolina is a business-friendly state. We congratulate this great company on this announcement, and we look forward to watching them grow for years to come,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
“South Carolina continues to show that our economy is one of the most robust and fastest-growing in the world, and REMBE Inc.’s new operation in Lancaster County is a further testament to that. I'm excited to see what the future has in store for REMBE Inc,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt added.
“REMBE Inc. could have located their new facility anywhere in the U.S. but chose Lancaster County. This is another example of the tremendous strength our county affords businesses. REMBE Inc. is a first-class company that recognized that we offer an exceptional location for them to achieve their expansion goals. I look forward to watching them grow their operation here,” Lancaster County Department of Economic Development Executive Director Jamie Gilbert added.
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