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Agilix Solutions Moves to New Lenexa, Kansas Facility to Better Serve Customers

A drawn rendering of Agilix Solutions' new Kansas City facility

Agilix Solutions has begun operations at its new 102,000-square-foot building in the Kansas City suburb of Lenexa. The company officially moved and is now fulfilling customer orders from the new warehouse at 10960 Lakeview Avenue.

The new Agilix Solutions sales counter is also now open for business and is currently serving customers who walk in to purchase materials from inventory, as well as those who visit to pick up will call orders. Final construction on the office space and the exterior will continue through the spring and summer, leading up to an official open house later this year.

“We are excited to be operational in this vast new building,” said Craig Reynolds, Vice President of the Agilix West Region. “For the last several years, we’ve looked forward to increasing our warehouse space and our ability to stock even more of the automation, datacom, lighting, and other materials our customers need for their work.”

Headquartered in St. Louis, Agilix Solutions has had a branch location in the Kansas City area since 1994. The new building is more than three times the size of the previous Agilix facility. It encompasses 90,000 square feet of warehouse space with eight dock doors and 12,000 square feet of office space, including a 50-person training room. The facility even boasts a drive-in loading dock so customers can load in the warehouse in inclement weather. Agilix employs 30 people in the Kansas City region, and nearly 400 companywide in its 13 branches.

“2024 marks 30 years in Kansas City, and I’m so proud to celebrate that milestone with our colleagues in the West Region who have contributed to our growth and expansion,” said Agilix CEO Mike Stanfill. “The team has truly built a reputation for focusing on customer needs while delivering product and service excellence. Our new Kansas City home will further our capabilities and serve as an expanded Western hub for years to come.”