Snap Lock® Industries Moving Into New World Headquarters

Salt Lake City based Snap Lock Industries, the leader in multi-use modular flooring, is moving into a new, manufacturing, product development and sales headquarters facility in the heart of beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah. Snap Lock’s 64,000 square foot building, which sits on over 5 acres, will house a state of the art injection molding plant, complete tool & die, shipping and corporate sales.

“We are very excited about the move, it will allow us to continue to create great products more efficiently and offer a higher level of service,” said Jorgen Moller Jr. CEO. The move is taking place over three months, starting in January of 2006.

Snap Lock Industries has seen tremendous growth over the last ten years and has emerged as an industry powerhouse, with leading brands that include RaceDeck® garage flooring, Duragrid® matting and decking, and SnapLock® portable floors. In 2005 Snap Lock Industries was honored with Utah’s prestige award of Top 100 Companies (#39).

“With the incredible growth and success our company has seen, this move is necessary. We will now not only have a new state of the art manufacturing facility, we will also have a dealer training center, research and development lab, in house mold making shop, employee gym and product testing area all under one roof. This facility will set a new standard within the modular flooring industry,” said Moller. With many companies within this industry outsourcing part or all of their manufacturing, it is refreshing to see an American family-run company offer a product that is truly ‘Made in the USA’.

“We are a family run company who has been in this industry virtually since its inception. We have grown from just 2 employees in the beginning to now over 124 employees and 100’s of dealers and resellers throughout the world. I feel we have the best products, made by the best people and sold by the best dealers in the world; we are proudly made in the USA. Our family company is a true American success story,” said Moller.

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