Conforce International Inc., operating as a container terminal in Canada, today announced it has initiated commercial production of its proprietary EKO-FLOR™ xts composite trailer floor system at its manufacturing facility in Peru, Indiana.
The company has received initial orders of more than $450,000 from CIMC Vanguard National Trailer Corp.
“CIMC Vanguard has been eagerly awaiting the launch of EKO-FLOR commercial production in Peru, Indiana. We gave Conforce small initial orders earlier this year and plan to build on those orders in the coming months. …,” Charlie Mudd, president of CIMC Vanguard stated in the press release.
Mudd said that as Conforce increases its production capacity in Peru, the company’s sales force will aggressively offer EKO-FLOR to its fleet customers, and noted the product’s impact on the company’s market position.
“EKO-FLOR is lighter, stronger and longer lasting than any other floor available today. We have always been on the front end of new advancements in the industry. Innovations like EKO-FLOR™ allow us to maintain our competitive advantage,” Mudd stated.
Conforce expects to be running at 20 percent of its manufacturing capacity by October 2011, at which time it will have shifted to 24/7 production. Running at full capacity, the facility is capable of generating gross revenue in excess of $12 million monthly.
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