Stren-Flex locating new operations in Greenville County
April 12, 2017
, a manufacturer of high-quality synthetic lifting products, today announced plans to establish new operations in Greenville County. The project is expected to bring more than $1 million of capital investment and create more than 25 new jobs.
Founded in 2002, Stren-Flex manufactures a variety of synthetic lifting products, including nylon web slings, chain slings, wire rope slings, rigging, cargo control and more. Using high-quality webbing and high-tensile thread, the company provides products for a wide range of applications in the overhead lifting and cargo control industries.
Located at 126 Corporate Drive in Simpsonville, S.C., Stren-Flex will be leasing a 16,000-square-foot building for the purposes of manufacturing and distribution of overhead lifting products. Hiring for the new positions is already underway, and interested applicants should visit www.stren-flex.com
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“We are very excited to start up our new manufacturing facility in Greenville County. The quality of life in this region is at a very high level, and working with narrow woven textiles in our manufacturing process made Greenville County the right decision for us.” -Stren-Flex President Roddy Rossborough
“We’re proud to welcome Stren-Flex to the South Carolina business community and look forward to seeing all that we know they will achieve in the Upstate. With a workforce at its disposal that is second to none and one of the most competitive business environments in the world, we know that Stren-Flex will have the tools necessary for success.” -Gov. Henry McMaster
“Congratulations to Stren-Flex for deciding to launch this new facility in Greenville County. With today’s announcement, Stren-Flex joins an impressive roster of globally-respected manufacturing firms that operate here, and we look forward to watching this great company succeed.” -Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt
“Stren-Flex’s locating within Simpsonville is an excellent decision based on the availability of existing buildings, interstate proximity and workforce. Greenville County wishes them immeasurable growth and success.” -Greenville County Council Chairman H.G. “Butch” Kirven Jr.
“Project Piper is a welcomed addition to Simpsonville’s thriving and diverse business community. Being chosen as the new home for the manufacturer is a testament to Simpsonville’s strong workforce and business friendly environment. Project Piper’s over $1 million investment and creation of quality jobs will bring a positive impact to our city. It is that type of commitment that drives economic development; and we look forward to the success that the endeavor will bring to both Project Piper and Simpsonville.” – Mayor Janice Curtis, City of Simpsonville
FIVE FAST FACTS
Stren-Flex is establishing operations in Greenville County.
$1 million investment to create more than 25 new jobs.
Stren-Flex is a manufacturer of high-quality synthetic lifting products.
Located at 126 Corporate Drive in Simpsonville, S.C., the company will be leasing a 16,000-square-foot building.
Hiring for the new positions is already underway, and interested applicants should visit www.stren-flex.com or contact email@example.com.