Green Leaf Incorporated Relocates Manufacturing From China To Its Fontanet, Indiana, Manufacturing Facility
Company officials said many factors aided in Green Leaf’s return to domestic manufacturing, including increased energy and labor costs abroad, which are making America a cheaper place to manufacture goods.
“We estimate around 70 products currently being manufactured in China will return here, bringing the total products being manufactured in the USA to nearly 90 percent,” states Pete Goda, President of Green Leaf. “We are particularly excited to expand our Gator Lock cam lever couplings in various sizes, giving us more control over one of our leading product lines.”
Gator Locks feature a locking mechanism and interchangeability that are unique to the marketplace. The spring mechanism provides enhanced safety that reduces the potential loss of chemicals, protecting the environment and the expense of replacing spilled chemicals.
“Bringing our products back to domestic manufacturing will increase jobs at our company and will give us more control over the entire production process,” according to Goda. “This will only improve the speed and accuracy of producing our top-quality proprietary components, and will allow us to pass the benefits of competitive pricing and distribution controls on to our customers.”
Green Leaf Incorporated began manufacturing products for the agricultural industry in 1979 and has grown to specialize in designing and manufacturing injection molded nylon and polypropylene liquid handling products. Keeping pace with technology, Green Leaf utilizes fully automated robotics in its manufacturing and the latest equipment in product marking and special packaging.
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