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Fast-growth logistics firm plans HQ, innovation hub in Cornelius

Registix HQ rendering

Feb. 15. By Dave Yochum. A fast-growing Huntersville company has plans for a 70,000 square foot headquarters, innovation hub and warehouse complex on Chartown Drive just south of the new Lake Norman Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership and Life Fellowship Church.


Registix, according to its website, specializes in reverse logistics, the process that manages the return of products from consumers or retailers to the manufacturer.

The company has between 45 and 60 employees.

Founder and CEO Filip Maciolowski could not be reached for comment, but from an economic development perspective, Registix is a big win for Cornelius. The plan also underlines the transformation of Chartown from a road to nowhere to a center of local commerce and community.

Photo: Registix website

A Westmoreland connection?

The Registix project comes before the Cornelius Pre-Development Review Committee on Friday. Plans for extension of nearby Lake Pines Drive will also be discussed.

According to its website, the company, currently headquartered at 11845 Vanstory Drive in Huntersville, has “cultivated enduring partnerships that transform the way Fortune 500 companies manage their surplus and returns assets.”

+An earlier version of this story included a warehouse component in addition to offices and innovations space, based on what was reported in the PDRC agenda. Registix officials state there is no warehouse component. See letter below.