Extreme Engineering’s Manufacturing Plant Moving to Athens

May 16th, 2012 | by Sharon Cook
  1. Extreme Engineering’s executive team unanimously accepted Athens proposal to move the manufacturing plant to Texas.  

 Extreme Engineering, the world leader in climbing walls, zip lines, jumper systems and adventure products has unanimously accepted Athens’ proposal to move the California manufacturing plant to Texas.  “The move is an exciting transition and has been long overdue for Extreme Engineering” states Philip Wilson, Director of Marketing with Extreme Engineering.  Jeff Wilson, president/CEO with Extreme Engineering explains, “By strategically placing our manufacturing plant in the middle of the US, Extreme Engineering can cost effectively produce product, streamline shipments anywhere in the country and all over the world, maintain manufacturing in America and now we are part of the Great State of Texas!”

Johan Engelbrecht, Director of strategic planning with Extreme Engineering, worked closely with Brian J. Malone, President/CEO of Athens EDC, along with Bob Gould, Chairman of the AEDC Board, to secure final project approval. The AEDC Board has graciously provided Extreme Engineering an approved proposal that consists of funding, a manufacturing plant and an additional loan to make the move seamless as possible.  The project funding will be shortly available and the move will be taking place this year.  

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