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Parkit 360 plans to expand manufacturing facility

Parkit360 said it has had record growth in several key business segments and announced expansion plans.

Canadian power dolly manufacturer Parkit 360 said it has had record growth in several key business segments and announced expansion plans.

The Ontario-based company makes power dollies for boat, RV and general-purpose trailers.

Parkit 360 said North American sales increased 40 percent from the same period last year, with online orders accounting for a significant percentage of the revenue. To keep pace with growing demand, Parkit 360 added staff and plans to move to a 20 percent larger manufacturing facility this year.

Parkit360 also said it has brought on PR and marketing firms to assist in brand-awareness activities within the past year.

"We're especially pleased with the results of our efforts," Parkit 360 sales and marketing manager Stefan Houle said in a statement. "We ramped up product exposure and fine-tuned our marketing collateral, and the ROI results have been remarkable."



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