September 26th, 2012 |

Union City, PA (Sep. 26, 2012) Molded Fiber Glass Union City (MFG Union City), is proud to announce they are one of eight Molded Fiber Glass Family of Companies that has aligned together to form the newest MFG entity, MFG Laminating.  MFG Laminating was formed by CEO Richard Morrison to bring together all MGF entities that are capable of molding fiber glass for low volume process. Each of the included entities
from (Alabama 2, California 1, Kansas 1, Pennsylvania 2, South Dakota 1 and Texas 1) has special capabilities to teach each other. This new team finds out what the customers are looking for and once a week they get on an online meeting and brainstorm where it makes more sense to send this customer, per capabilities and location. 

This new entity is being led by Dennis Vorse (Sr. Vice President) and Jane T. Roche (Marketing) out of Union City.  “MFG teams are used to working together, since my hiring I have worked for three, so it’s not even much of an adjustment, it’s a fun challenge with more intelligent people, Jane said. Working closely together with the different entities we’re going to be able to pursue more customers and better serve them.”  This combination of Molded Fiber Glass entities will also make it easier to break in to new markets. 


Molded Fiber Glass Union City
Union City is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, focused on molding products and providing services for the custom manufacturing, alternative energy, construction, heavy truck, military, locomotive, transportation and corrosion markets. With more than 300,000 square feet of manufacturing space, MFG UC has the capacity to produce, assemble and paint extremely large and complicated Fiberglass Reinforced Plastics structures.

Molded Fiber Glass Company
MFG Company was founded in Ashtabula Ohio in 1948 by Robert S. Morrison.  Privately owned, current President/CEO Richard S. Morrison is responsible of Corporate Headquarters and the fifteen entities in the US and Mexico. More information on Corporate Headquarters can be found at