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Connor Sport Court plans move to larger facility
First Published Nov 20 2012 09:19 am • Last Updated Dec 03 2012 09:49 am

Connor Sport Court International has announced plans to move its Sport court division to a 162,000-square-foot office, manufacturing and warehousing facility in 2013.

Its current accommodations include a 63,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and a separate 69,000-square-foot warehouse.

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"Connor Sport Court has done remarkably well over the past few years, despite the challenging economy, and we now need to expand our Sport Court operations to facilitate the continued growth we expect for the future," Ron Cerny, president and CEO, said in a statement announcing the expansion.

By moving to the new facility, all of Sport Court’s Salt Lake operations will be under one roof, which will help increase the efficiency of the company’s operations. Within the past year alone, the company has added nearly 25 percent of additional production capacity with the addition of several new 1,000-ton injection molding machines, he said.

The company produces flooring for sporting activities.

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