A Nevada-based company, Xtreme Manufacturing, LLC, along with its subsidiary, Snorkel International Holdings, LLC, is expanding its manufacturing and assembly operations in Southern Nevada.
The aerial boom manufacturer will locate its facility in Henderson, where it plans to open a 170,000 square feet facility of manufacturing, assembly and administration space.
The international exporter plans to consolidate its Kansas and California operations to Henderson. Its growth in this market will lead the company to hire 87 people and invest $11.5 million in capital improvements to its new operations in Henderson.
The company cited real estate availability and costs, utility infrastructure, and Nevada’s business-friendly regulatory environments as top reasons for expanding in Southern Nevada.
“We love to see local companies expanding because we see not only local job growth but more money circulating in the local economy due the presence of their local headquarters,” said Morgan Bunker, Vice President of Community and Economic Development with the LVGEA. “This is a great opportunity for a company to leverage our region’s competitive advantages and expand its manufacturing base in Henderson.”
In addition to its aerial boom manufacturing, the company also constructs modular “Xtreme Cubes.” Popular examples of their work are featured in Downtown Las Vegas at the Container Park and just south of the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, home of History’s popular “Pawn Stars” TV show.
The company projects growth opportunities in the market with 463 jobs projected during the next five years.