Casual Creations relocates and expands

Larger facility nearly doubles production size

Casual Creations has moved into to a new headquarters and manufacturing facility. A new paint line is available in the almost 200,000-sq.-ft. facility, which will allow the outdoor furniture manufacturer to nearly double its production space.

"This will allow us to produce not only the best quality patio furniture at a competitive price, but also grow our business to new levels," said President/CEO Arthur James Jr. "We have had a great season this past year and are looking forward to a phenomenal 2011."

"We have tried to make this transition as smooth as possible without any interruptions to production," James added. "We have been moving the factory during the past six weeks, one stage at a time and all areas of operation are in full production. We have kept this quiet so no one would get worried during this transition. However, without losing a beat, production has maintained an on-time delivery."

James said Casual Creations could not have achieved these goals or this move without the support of its clients. "My mother and I want to personally thank each and every one of you for the support and business over the years," James said in a release. "Casual Creations' commitment to you is to ship the best quality patio furniture complete, on time, every time, as we strive to be a world class company. We still have a lot of work ahead, but now is the time to ride the wave of change with Casual Creations as we will continue to be innovative in products and design in the years to come."

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