Sorinex Exercise Equipment Expands Lexington, South Carolina, Operations
Located at 120 Glassmaster Road the Lexington County facility will accommodate increased capacity due to growing demand. The expansion is expected to be completed within 12 months.
“Lexington County has been home to Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. and many of our employees for years. We look forward to continuing our expansion, growth and investments in the county that we work and live in. We're proud to have the opportunity to build the most innovative weight equipment in the world right here in Lexington, S.C.,” said Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. Controller Kenny Workman.
Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. has specialized in creating custom exercise gear and workout apparel. From weight racks to machines, the company uses raw materials, laser technology and craftmanship to create equipment to provide high-quality workout experiences for customers. The company serves a variety of customers including high schools, colleges, professional teams, military bases and more.
“It is great to see family-owned businesses like Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. expand in South Carolina. We congratulate them on their continued growth, and we look forward to the positive impact they’ll continue to make in Lexington County and beyond,” Governor Henry McMaster noted.
“Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. is an expert at building strong bodies. With today’s investment, the company is also helping build a stronger community. We look forward to seeing the growth at Sorinex Exercise Equipment, Inc. and among the people who will be part of the company’s future,” Central SC Alliance Chairman W. Keller Kissam said.
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