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Magic Tilt expands facility

Marine-trailer manufacturer Magic Tilt has expanded its production facility in Clearwater, Fla., adding an 8,000 square-foot building with six bays. It will be used for servicing, setting up and stacking trailers.

The company has also launched two new websites including www.magictilt.com, which will serve as the corporate site. It has a new design with product listings and specifications for the company’s 20 different aluminum and galvanized trailer series. The second site is for dealers and distributors to access wholesale parts for ordering and tracking.

“We’ve continued to put an emphasis not only on the quality of our product offerings, but also the way in which we deliver those products and services to our growing customer base, from the visual and digital standpoint of how we communicate our product offerings to new and existing customers, to how we manage our resources here at the facility,” Craig Clawson, Magic Tilt president, said in a statement. “We’ve been growing at a fast pace over the years and the time had come to invest in improving our facility with additional space needed.”

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