Contec, Inc. Acquires Building in Spartanburg County Industrial Park


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SPARTANBURG, SC — April 24, 2018 – Contec, Inc. CEO Jack McBride announces the purchase of a 362,774 square foot distribution center in Spartanburg County. Contec will utilize half of the building as a distribution center with the other half being leased to another local company that services BMW.  Located in the Flatwood Industrial Park 9 miles from the company’s two manufacturing facilities, the building is convenient to both I-85 and I-26, as well as the SC inland port.

With 38 dock bays and room for expansion, this building will house Shipping and Receiving operations and serve as storage for both raw materials and finished goods. The acquisition of this building will make room for additional manufacturing capacity in our Wingo Park facility.

“The distribution center will need to be customized for our purposes. We expect this to be completed at the end of Q3,” says Contec president Avi Lawrence.



For 3 decades, Contec, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer of contamination control products for critical manufacturing environments in the Pharmaceutical, Life Sciences, Medical Device, Healthcare, Automotive, Aerospace and Recreation/Outdoors industries worldwide. Founded in 1988 Contec now employees more than 700 associates on 3 continents. With manufacturing facilities in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Suzhou China, and Vannes, France, our extensive product line for cleanrooms and controlled environments includes knitted, woven and nonwoven wipes, pre-saturated wipes, sterile and non-sterile wipes, mopping systems, wall washing systems, disinfectants, sponges and swabs. Our ISO 9001:2008 registration ensures customers of consistent quality products – from development to delivery. We are committed to exceeding customer requirements and expectations.

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