Valley Towing Products adds facilities to supply chain

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Valley Towing Products, a Revstone company, announced the addition of two new facilities to its North American supply chain - a new warehouse in Dallas and a new manufacturing facility in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.

These facilities will join Valley's warehouse and distribution facilities in Columbus, Ohio, and Lodi, Calif. The company plans to close its current manufacturing facility in Lodi by the end of May.

"We are excited to build on Valley's growing momentum with the addition of these two new state-of-the-art facilities," said Bob LaCourciere, president of Revstone's Performance Manufacturing Technologies Group, which includes Valley Towing Products. "The organizational changes announced today are designed to ensure Revstone customers will continue to receive new and innovative products at prices that maximize customer value."

Valley Towing Products has been a manufacturer of trailer hitches, towing accessories and electrical trailering products since 1947, covering a range of markets, including marine.

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