Rotoflex to relocate to new Mississauga facility
January 4, 2021 By PrintAction Staff
Rotoflex, a Mark Andy Inc. company, is relocating to a new manufacturing building in Mississauga, Ont. to accommodate its current need to grow its team as it increases manufacturing capacity. New product development, insourced manufacturing and customer demand has led to a successful year for the company, which has allowed it to move production to a new, more efficient facility.
The company’s sales and aftermarket growth increased by approximately 30 per cent year-over-year due to strategic management decisions involving increased R&D investments to improve final product quality and speed up lead times, which also eliminated outsourced production and increased customer demand.
“Bringing manufacturing in-house is certainly one of the leading factors facilitating our growth. Being independent allows us to better control production schedules, platform standardization, aftermarket support, and even pricing,” said Kevin Gourlay, senior vice president, Rotoflex. “We can now create more robust machines in less time and offer them to the market at more attractive prices. Customers have noticed all these changes and are responding to it.”
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