Rego-Fix Breaks Ground for New Facility

The new facility will allow Rego-Fix to further strengthen its overall customer support with faster response times and increased available inventory as well as provide room for future growth, the company says.

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Rego-Fix held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new North American headquarters in Whitestown, Indiana, on July 19. The new facility will allow Rego-Fix to further strengthen its overall customer support with faster response times and increased available inventory as well as provide room for future growth, the company says.

The new 20,000-square-foot facility will add additional customer service jobs in the area within the next few years. The company partnered with local government and economic development in Boone County to help support the economy and reinforce development in the area.

In attendance at the ceremony was Dax Norton, Whitestown town manager, who praised RFTC for its contributions to the local business community. “Rego-Fix’s high standards and strong business model make the company an excellent addition to Whitestown,” Mr. Norton says. “We are proud and honored to have the company as new Whitestown residents.”

The construction is scheduled to be completed by February 2017. Rego-Fix President Andreas Weber recognized Al Wurster, president of Wurster Construction, for its partnership in the project.

Mr. Weber also welcomed the crowd during the ground breaking and explained the company’s relocation to Whitestown as “a strategic move to increase efficiencies and allow for future growth.” The new facility will house the company’s sales, distribution and support arms under one roof.