COMING SUMMER 2020
OUR NEW GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS
THE FIRST NEW RESIN MANUFACTURING FACILITY TO BE BUILT IN THE U.S. IN OVER 30 YEARS.
ResinTech Inc. has officially broken ground on its new global headquarters in the City of Camden. The $138.8M development project includes 353,000 square feet of new construction on approximately 27 acres. The Federal Street campus is walking distance from other global brands who have made a move to Camden including Subaru of America and Campbell’s Soup Company.
Two new solar-powered facilities, designed by Ewing Cole Architects and constructed by Hunter Roberts, are being built to LEED® Silver standards for energy efficiency and environmental design.
The first building, 163,000 square feet (with planned expansion to 180,000 square feet), is dedicated to the production of ion exchange resins and activated carbons used by the water purification professionals around the world. This building will also be home to the company’s cartridges & lab water systems manufacturing, a state-of-theart research and development facility, and world-class laboratories with new advanced capabilities. A second, 175,000 square foot building is intended for enhanced packaging and production operations.
The new high-tech plant for manufacturing strong acid cation resin will be the largest facility of its kind on the East Coast and the first domestic plant to produce ion exchange resins in over 30 years. Enhanced capabilities will improve the production process by expanding the capacity for virtually all ion exchange operations including new products in both resin and polymers. The facility has an installed capacity of 550,000 cubic feet with a planned expansion to meet the demands of the growing market.
The new ResinTech headquarters will bring together several of the company’s business units that currently operate thousands of miles apart from another. By consolidating operations presently based in MD, PA, NJ and CA, the company expects to bring 265 jobs to Camden, NJ by the time it becomes operational in June 2020. The company anticipates as many as 400 employees at this new campus upon achieving peak capacity.
“We are excited to bring together our operations in one campus. This brand-new facility will have the capacity to fulfill our industry’s needs while on-shoring jobs on US soil. It will drive economic growth and be the center of innovation here in the city of Camden,” explained Jeffrey Gottlieb CEO of ResinTech Inc. “There hasn’t been a manufacturing facility for ion exchange resin in this country in more than 30 years. Through this campus, ResinTech is helping breathe new energy into Camden and support our local community. But we are also helping revitalize manufacturing here in the U.S.A.”
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