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TrynEx International Moves to New Michigan Facility

Thu July 21, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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TrynEx International has moved into a new plant in Madison Heights, Mich.
TrynEx International has moved into a new plant in Madison Heights, Mich.

TrynEx International, the manufacturer of SnowEx, TurfEx and SweepEx product lines, has moved into a new plant in Madison Heights, Mich. The facility positions TrynEx for future expansion, and it allows the company to set up a lean manufacturing system through a partnership with the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC).

Much larger than its previous building, TrynEx’s new 130,000-sq.-ft. facility allows plenty of room for development and growth. It also contains multiple new features to improve the assembly and shipping processes. These include flexible lean manufacturing lines, ergonomic tooling and a pick-and-pack order fulfillment system. Furthermore, the building includes a training center for staging corporate meetings and forums, making it more guest-friendly for visiting dealers and OEMs.

“Through the new facility and our involvement with MMTC, we’ve invested heavily in the future of our distributors, dealers, OEMs, customers and employees,” said Bern Buczek, marketing director of TrynEx. “We’re also positioning ourselves as a premier manufacturer in the state of Michigan.”

In business for more than 30 years, TrynEx started as a lawn and landscape contractor that began developing its own line of equipment. This perspective and approach led to rapid growth, as this is the second time the company has moved to a larger plant since its inception. Today, TrynEx’s line of equipment includes SnowEx products for the snow and ice industry, TurfEx products for lawn, golf and turf care, and SweepEx commercial and industrial sweeping solutions.

For more information, call 800/725-8377 or visit www.tyrnexfactory.com.




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