Loctek Plans Manufacturing Plant in Manning, South Carolina
Located at 1979 Joe Rogers Jr. Boulevard and projected to be completed by March 2021, Loctek’s new facility will serve as a warehousing, shipping and receiving location.
“Loctek is excited to be a part of the diverse business network rapidly growing within South Carolina. With the help of Clarendon County, the state and a highly skilled local workforce, we believe that this will be a formula for success both for Loctek and the Clarendon County community,” said Loctek CEO Lane Shaw.
“Today, we celebrate Loctek’s decision to establish operations in South Carolina. Bringing 10 new jobs to one of our rural counties, this announcement is a terrific step forward for the company, our workforce and the local community,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt .
“Loctek has made a great move in establishing a facility in Clarendon County. The Clarendon County Industrial Park is home to a wide array of celebrated companies, and Loctek’s presence in the speculative building strengthens the park’s portfolio. Welcome Loctek and congratulations to our friends in Clarendon on this exciting announcement,” Central SC Alliance Chairman W. Keller Kissam said.
Founded in 1999, Loctek designs and manufactures sit-stand desk risers, height-adjustable desks and other products for office environments.
"We welcome our newest industry with open arms to our diverse manufacturing base. Our strategic location with supplier access to the Port of Charleston proves once again to be the driving factor behind a company like Loctek in deciding to locate in Clarendon County,” said Clarendon County Council Chairman Dwight Stewart .
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