Regupol America to expand U.S. headquarters

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Lebanon, Pa.—Recycled rubber flooring producer Regupol America has announced plans to expand its domestic headquarters here. When the new plant is completed in 2015, it will increase the company’s campus at the business park to 26 acres.

The expansion plans include an 11.7-acre addition adjoining the rear of Regupol’s existing plant that adds room for a 120,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility. The buildings will be separate but attached by a ramp, and there will be additional room for further expansion.

“In 2008, the goal was to get the business off the ground, and I’m happy to say we’ve grown to the point where we have to expand,” said George Soukas, president of Regupol America. “The growth will create a substantial number of new, well-paying jobs.”

Regupol America manufactures recycled rubber products for acoustical control, sports and fitness surfaces and load securement.

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