Nearly 100 guests, including customers, officials from Whitestown, IN and Boone County, members of the media and a representative from the Swiss Consulate joined Rego-Fix Tool Corp. executives and employees to celebrate the opening of the company’s new North American headquarters in Whitestown on Friday, May 5th.
The new 20,000-sq.-ft. facility allows the precision tooling solution provider to further strengthen its overall customer support with faster response times and increased available inventory. It also provides room for future growth. The building – located in AllPoints at Anson Boulevard – sits on a triangular-shaped lot that mirrors the shape of the Rego-Fix logo.
Richard Weber, CEO of Rego-Fix, described the company’s new building as “an important milestone that expresses our commitment to support the American market with high-precision Swiss tools.”
Twice the size of the company’s previous location in Indianapolis, the new facility allows Rego-Fix to double sales, distribution and support services under one roof as growth demands. In addition to larger inventory and office space, it includes three shipping tables to speed order processing and an enhanced training area that includes onsite machine tools to perform cutting demonstrations and application engineering services for customers.
Dax Norton, town manager of Whitestown, was also present at the event to welcome Rego-Fix to the community. “Rego-Fix is exactly the type of company we want to attract to our community,” he said. “We are proud and honored to have them as new Whitestown residents.”
(Left to right): David McHenry, corporation engineering and technical manager, Rego-Fix Tool Corp.; Richard Weber, president and CEO, Rego-Fix; Andreas S. Weber, chairman, Rego-Fix and president, Rego-Fix Tool Corp., Stefan Weber, vice president, Rego-Fix; and Jeremy Kirkbride, operations manager, Rego-Fix Tool Corp.