It’s been almost 20 years since Lockstitched started, and they’ve grown to be a global leader in the field of sleeve making.
But it’s been a tough road.
The company has faced a lot of challenges.
First, the industry was in a period of rapid growth.
Second, the needle-needle manufacturing industry was still in its infancy.
Finally, there were numerous technological advances that made it possible for needle-nose to be produced at a very low cost.
With the recent closure of its last manufacturing facility in Canada, Lockstitches future is uncertain.
As we mentioned earlier, Lockstrokes current operations in Canada will be shut down.
While the closure is the company’s final decision, LockStitch has decided to reopen operations in the United States and Australia.
LockStitches recent expansion plan has included a new factory in Portland, Oregon, and a planned expansion of its production in Singapore.
This is Lockstikys fourth major expansion in the US, and its third in Australia.
The new facility will have an additional 200 employees.
As the Lockstikes current operations continue to grow, the company has been able to diversify its production.
In fact, the Lockstroches future is in good hands.
In addition to being able to produce its needle-and-needles at lower costs, Lockstreks latest expansion plan also includes new production techniques.
This will allow the company to increase the quality of its needle and needle sleeves.
Lockstitching is also looking to diversifying its manufacturing as well.
While many needle- and needle-work is still made by hand, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find high quality needle-working supplies.
For this reason, Lockstrakes recent expansion plans include a new manufacturing facility for the production of needle-only sleeves.
While this facility is only an expansion to its existing facility in Portland Oregon, Lock Stitches expansion plans are very aggressive.
It has already announced plans to open a manufacturing facility outside of the US and Australia, and it is currently in discussions with two suppliers to develop new needle-specific needle-to-needlemaking supplies.
While it is still too early to tell what Locksticks future plans will look like, it looks like the company is taking a very different approach to its needle making business than many other needle-making companies.
We’d like to thank Lockstike for sharing this news.
We’re going to have to keep watching to see what LockStick’s plans for the future are.