FNA Group expands North American manufacturing to include internal combustion engines

FNA Group, parent company of Simpson pressure washers, Delco and other brands, reports that it will move the manufacture of critical components, including internal combustion engines, to North America.

This decision, says the company will allow it to strengthen its supply chain and better control costs. The move also allows FNA Group to field a more robust research and development (R&D) team close to its manufacturing facilities “to innovate new and more efficient products including internal combustion engines.”


“The COVID pandemic hammered home the challenges of offshore product development and manufacturing,” says William Alexander, FNA Group executive vice president, sales & marketing. “We think the environment is right to move our manufacturing closer to home so we can continue to design, engineer and sell the best products imaginable.”

The move will also make it easier to develop projects with partners and fine-tune processes for cost control, says FNA.

“We are proud of this opportunity to grow our manufacturing footprint in North America,” says Chris Alexander, FNA Group vice president of business development. “As we nearshore our supply chain to North America, we plan to be more available to our customers, support hundreds more families, make a positive impact on the communities we serve, and create a great value to the marketplace.”

Headquartered in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, FNA Group manufactures power equipment under brand names including Simpson, Delco, PowerWasher, AAA Pumps, Clean Machine and CRX Power (engine power and E-power). The company also manufactures private-label products for power equipment brands. It manufactures electric and gas pressure washers, cold water and hot water pressure washers, pressure washer pumps, generators, water pumps, high pressure thermoplastic hoses, accessories and replacement parts


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