Conversion Van Firm Opens New Made-by-Americans
In an era marked by U.S. firms relocating manufacturing facilities offshore, FR Conversions has done just the opposite. On April 19th, the company will cut the ribbon on newer, larger office management and manufacturing facilities at 1231 Tech Court Westminster, Maryland.
As with any business operating in the U.S., the opportunities to relocate manufacturing abroad were there, but quickly, discounted by FR Conversions Management. Wayne Taylor, VP of Sales and Marketing, explains the company’s commitment to American manufacturing. “In just three short years, we’ve become the fastest growing mobility conversion manufacturer in America. On the streets of New York City, you’ll find more FR Conversions’ taxis than any other. Our reputation for delivering manufacturing excellence at better-than-competitive prices has automotive dealers and mobility retailers lining up to be a part of our national sales and service network. We’ve grown to become Chrysler’s leading provider of fleet mobility conversions. If something works, you stick with it and Made-in-America is working great for us.”
The official ribbon-cutting will be held at the new offices at 10 AM. Company officers, employees, members of the FR Mobility Specialist National Network, local officials, and other dignitaries will be in attendance.
Taylor further explains the company’s commitment to American manufacturing. “The FR Conversions manufacturing process requires specialized skills, necessary to convert or upfit a variety of vehicles- Ram Promaster, Dodge Grand Caravan, Chrysler Town & Country, Toyota Sienna, Chrysler Pacifica, and others- for recreational use, those with special needs, limousine transport, or fleet and commercial industries. The company’s formula for success relies on unique conversion design. Every specification is built to exceed customer expectations and industry standards while offering cost-efficient and durable solutions. All conversions are individually crafted, one at a time, by technicians who take pride in every detail. Our new corporate home was also built by Americans; FR Conversions’ complete line of products bears the label ‘Made in America’ with pride.”
Twenty-five percent of FR Conversions employees have been with the firm since day one. “We’re sure our FR family will love their new home and it will help motivate them to achieve even greater standards of workmanship. When people love the work they do, the people they do it with, and the place they do it in, they tend to want to stick around awhile”.
For more information about FR Conversions please visit the website at FRConversions.com.