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Zodiac Nautic North America renews South Carolina lease

Zodiac Nautic also said it plans to bring certain product ranges’ fiberglass production in house by mid-2017.
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Zodiac Nautic North America said it wants to continue its plans for growth and expansion at its South Carolina facility.

Zodiac Nautic North America said it wants to continue its plans for growth and expansion at its South Carolina facility.

Zodiac Nautic North America, a subsidiary of Zodiac Nautic, said it recently re-signed a five-year lease agreement for its North American headquarters to remain in Summerville, S.C.

“This area has provided an ideal location not only logistically, but also for talent resources,” Zodiac Nautic North America president Gary Durnan said in a statement. “We want to continue our plans for growth and expansion, and our current facility and lease afford us those opportunities.”

Zodiac Nautic also said it plans to bring certain product ranges’ fiberglass production in house by mid-2017.

“Our facility has mainly been an area of receiving product from our parent company, where it’s assembled, to specifically tailor to our American market,” Durnan added. “But with our new ownership and direction, we can now look to bring fiberglass production in house to Summerville over the next 16 to 18 months, as well as restructure our production lines to create better efficiencies. Bottom line, we have increasing demand and we want to maintain the proper resources and processes to meet our customer demand more autonomously.”

Durnan said the company, recently under new ownership after several financially troubled years, now has its European production back to 100 percent, “and inventory channels are flowing freely, which means we are receiving product here much faster than we have been experiencing,” he said. “It’s another sign we’re healthy again in all areas of the company, adding to the value of our historic brand.”

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