The Compression shirt manufacturer has announced it will open an Australian office in Washington, DC, with plans to expand its product range.
The Australian office is the company’s fourth in the US.
The company said the expansion would allow it to continue to grow its business in the market.
“We’re excited to open our new facility in Washington D.C. with a strong team of experienced staff who will be able to help our team with expanding our Australian manufacturing operations, sourcing and supplying our customers around the world,” Compression chairman and chief executive Chris Brown said in a statement.
“The expansion will support the growth of our business and help us to increase our supply chain presence.”
The company also said it was investing $10 million in a new office in Melbourne.
Mr Brown said the Australian office would be the first of its kind in the country and that it would be able offer more options to customers.
“I’m sure that the new office will provide a wide range of product and services for our customers, and also serve as an important source of expertise to our Australian staff,” he said.
“It will be the right location for our staff to work and spend quality time with their families and friends.”
The Compression logo is seen on the back of a female golf shirt in Melbourne on February 11, 2019.