Designed and manufactured in Northern Ireland all Xenith products are engineered for strength, built for heavy usage, and designed with functionality, aesthetics, and space in mind.
Mark Hutchinson, founder, Xenith Fitness explained: “The launch of Xenith comes after months of research, prototypes and testing. We created a gym onsite to test and showcase the equipment to gym owners. We are delighted with the response to date and look forward to welcoming clubs, gym owners and fitness enthusiasts to our showroom. Xenith is designed and manufactured in Northern Ireland, which allows us to give a rapid turnaround, tailored to each customer’s requirements. As a team we have all got fitter in the past year and are excited to be involved in such a dynamic market.”
Xenith will appeal most to those serious about training and who want to take their fitness to the next level. All training and weightlifting products are made from premium materials, sourced from the best European mills, and fabricated by certified welders.
Hutchinson Engineering is also celebrating 50 years in business this year.
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