October 11, 2016
For immediate release:
Superwinch Breaks Ground on New State-of-the-Art Facility
Superwinch, the largest privately-held winch manufacturer in the world, announced the construction of a new facility in Tualatin, Oregon that will house manufacturing, research and development and serve as a warehouse to enhance the company’s western distribution.
“Superwinch continues to grow through our strategy of being the leader in innovation and responsiveness to our global markets and customers. We’re thrilled to break ground on the next step in Superwinch’s future,” says David Burns, Superwinch President & CEO. “This new facility is another major step in support of our strategy to lead, building the world’s best winches and continue to employ the best folks in the business.”
Construction of the new building is on-schedule for completion in the summer of 2017 and will complete Superwinch’s global initiative to build world-class manufacturing facilities in or near major markets. Superwinch recently completed operational improvements in the UK and Dayville, Connecticut while opening a new facility in Asia.
Superwinch’s 45 years of experience is unmatched in engineering, designing, building and testing winches for recreation, recovery, industrial, utility and military pursuits. Superwinch's global manufacturing facilities have grown to manufacture a broad range of winches; from electric to hydraulic, worm gear to planetary gear, and lead the marketing in advanced winching control.
Superwinch 1,000 to 50,000 pound capacity winches can be found in diverse industries and applications across the globe sharing Superwinch's trademark first class design, quality, value and solid construction for safe, simple and reliable operation. Learn more at www.superwinch.com.