Mt. Carmel, IL- September 4, 2019. For Immediate Release
Pacific Press announced today that it will merge with its sister company, MULTIPRESS. Based out of the Columbus, Ohio area for the last several decades, MULTIPRESS will merge all of its business operations with Pacific Press Technologies, at its Mt. Carmel, Illinois headquarters. The announcement comes after MULTIPRESS moved its production operations to Pacific Press’ large 280,000 square foot facility in September of 2018.
Both companies have mutually benefited from sharing the expertise of Pacific’s in-house production staff. With the merge, Pacific Press and MULTIPRESS will maintain their individual brand identities, but will join internally to combine engineering, sales, parts, marketing, accounting, HR and all other departments. The partnership enables two American brands to continue to deliver the best in hydraulic presses and press brakes on the market.
“This is a great outcome for both RLI brands and their customers, and we couldn’t be more excited about our future together. With a shared passion for creating high-quality, customized machinery, we believe combining the strength of both engineering, production and service teams will provide unsurpassed experience, quality and value” said President Chris Shelton.
Over the next several months, the brands are expected to update their websites, literature, machinery and more. While the merge will enable both brands to grow, innovate and best serve their customer bases, they will continue to focus on their roots and rich American history. Both Pacific Press and MULTIPRESS will continue to produce their branded, custom engineered machinery to customer’s specifications, whether it be a 3,000 ton press brake, a 1,200 ton 4-column press, or a 6 ton bench press. Along with their well-known product lines, Pacific Press and MULTIPRESS are committed to a renewed focus on machine service, and spare parts support.
Today, as a united front, both the Pacific Press and MULTIPRESS brands will work to continue their tradition as the industry’s leading provider of metal forming solutions.
About Pacific Press Technologies
Pacific Press Technologies is a 74-year-old, Illinois-based metal-forming equipment manufacturer and service provider. The company offers a range of rugged and reliable hydraulic press brakes, presses, and shears that allow customers to take on even the toughest metal fabrication jobs that demand precision tolerances. The company’s core competency is its people who have created a culture of partnership. The approach over the past 74 years has always been working with its customers to understand their problems and goals, and then utilizing their technical knowledge and experience to create solutions that promote efficiency, maximize up-time and achieve a return on investment. For more information on equipment from Pacific Press Technologies, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more than 70 years, MULTIPRESS (formally known as Denison) has been the most trusted provider of bench, C-frame and 4-post hydraulic press equipment. MULTIPRESS equipment is renowned for its precision and durability, and is trusted amongst thousands of businesses across North America and abroad to serve in the production of a wide variety of products and applications. MULTIPRESS invites you to contact their sales department with inquiries on how its experienced team can help your business grow. For more information on MULTIPRESS equipment, contact sales@MULTIPRESS.com
About Right Lane Industries
Right Lane Industries is an industrial holding company that acquires manufacturing and industrial services businesses for a permanent holding period. As a result of this permanent horizon, Right Lane businesses are able to make decisions for the long-term, resulting in collaborative customer relationships, experienced teams, and high-quality products and services. Right Lane’s existing businesses include: FENN, Pacific Press Technologies, MULTIPRESS, AB Stretch, Schlegel Specialty Products, and Bold Renewables. For more information please visit www.rightlaneindustries.com