Sonic Headers Inc. Plans to Move and Expand
The growth and demand for Experimental Aircraft Exhaust Systems and Components world wide has the manufacturer Sonic Headers Inc. gearing up for the opportunity to provide more products and services.
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September 30, 2011 (FPRC) -- A rapidly growing new manufacturing company of Aircraft Exhaust Systems and Components introduced in April 2011 has plans to expand the services and products available to its customers. A newly acquired 5000 sq ft facility makes room for more machine, tooling and technology.
Owner and President Todd M Hirsch said “By holding to the company mission of providing superior customer service, Sonic Headers Inc. is seeing the demand for more products and services.” Filling these needs required more space for manufacturing.
The company plans to add local welding services, move into Certified Aircraft Exhaust Components and also Aircraft Engine Mounts. “The added space will allow us to keep a larger inventory of Stainless Steel Mandrel Bends, bring in larger machines for more in house parts manufacturing, and create the opportunity to branch out into automotive and marine headers and exhaust products.”
The growth of the company was expected from its formation. “I have known from the beginning decision when writing up the business plan for the company that the market for experimental exhaust products is in demand. That the customers in the market had limited choices of providers, and the key to success would be Customer Service.”
Sonic Headers Inc. plans to make the move into the larger space located in Princeton, MN in mid October. The location is a perfect fit for this growing business, with room for future expansion. The Princeton choice was easy for Sonic Headers, as the area offers quality local business to work with and good resources for staffing.
Sonic Headers Inc. is dedicated to Customers, Community, and its Employed Staff. The move will benefit everyone.
Send an email to Todd M Hirsch of Sonic Headers Inc.
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