Sintergy, Inc., of Reynoldsville celebrates a new addition
Sintergy, Incorporated, of Reynoldsville held an open house/dedication on October 20 for its completed expansion project.
Invited guests, including Jefferson County officials, State Representative Brian Smith, and Congressman Glenn Thompson, had the chance to mingle and look over the new addition before the formal dedication ceremony began.
In his opening comments, Sintergy President Rick Young provided a brief history of the company, from its beginnings in Punxsutawney in 2004 to its move to the Reynoldsville Industrial park in 2010. Since then, three additions have been added, including the one just completed, which tacks on an additional 28,800 square feet to the building.
Despite all of the expansion and new equipment purchases over the years, Young said what sets Sintergy apart is its people.
“We’re really proud of our people,” he said. “We have some of the best people in the industry working for us now.”
Young added that 4-5 new full time jobs have been added because of the expansion and that the workforce total at Sintergy varies between 75 and 80 people
Also making remarks were Sintergy Chief Financial Officer Steve Miller and Congressman Glenn Thompson. Their comments were followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours of the facility for those who had gathered.
Sintergy is a powdered metal plant that specializes in parts for the lawn and garden industry.