The growth of SuperSprings International’s “fit-it-and-forget-it” suspension enhancement products has led the company to move to a larger facility in order to continue to meet its customer commitments. The new headquarters is located at 505 Maple Ave. in Carpinteria, Calif.
The new facility is within the same block as SuperSprings International’s former Carpinteria location, but it is more than 50 percent larger, the company says. It includes additional offices, larger warehousing space and increased assembly areas.
“Over the last year, we have introduced new variations of our suspension enhancing products and dramatically increased the number of parts numbers and vehicle applications available,” says Mike Visser, president at SuperSprings International. “This has required us to maintain a larger inventory to provide the typical 24-hour turnaround service our customers have grown accustomed to. We also brought on an additional engineer and increased warehouse and office staff, so we were bursting at the seams in the old facility.”
The new SuperSprings International office space includes a meeting room that is better equipped for video conferencing and webinar production. This will allow staff members to provide enhanced training opportunities for distributors and more easily connect with customers, the company says.