P&H Casters Company, Inc. has recently unveiled its new manufacturing plant located in Arlington, Texas, which would be its first plant to be commissioned after completing its ISO 9001:2015 accreditation. The 26,000 sq ft facility will be used to produce P&H Casters material handling products, high temperature products, retail products as well as other industrial and institutional product ranges, sources close to the matter confirmed.

For the uninitiated, P&H Casters is known for manufacturing and distributing wheels and casters to diverse industry verticals. Credited with pioneering the development of polyurethane wheel for shopping cards, the company supplies wheels and casters for shopping carts not only in the U.S. but also a number of renowned retail brands across the globe.

The company, recognized for providing exceptional customer support, has a revenue of about USD 7.1 million and 32 employees as of July 2018, records indicate. It has succeeded in supplying superior products at more competitive prices than rivals and has developed innovative solutions to offer exceptional quality wheels.

According to reports, P&H Casters had purchased the entire product line of Roll-Master, a wheel manufacturer based out of Texas, and had disclosed its intentions for expanding its production capacities in the U.S. for incorporating P&H brand products. The Plant One at Arlington is supposedly equipped with six high-capacity injection molding equipment, which will be used to produce TPE, TPU, Polyolefin, Retort and HeatEater brand of high temperature wheels.

Citing reliable sources, the company is planning to double its manufacturing capacity in the U.S. by the year 2020, with Plant One being opened in concurrence with its successful ISO 9001:2015 certification, which is the international standard outlining specific requirements for a quality management system (QMS).  P&H Casters was able to meet the certification requirements efficaciously for its operations in both Virginia and Texas in the design, assembly and distribution of casters.