With new positions in the south plant, friendly faces and the equipment in place Musser is settling in well to its new home at the Conn-Selmer Elkhart Campus. Pre-production activities are already beginning this week with full-production starting the week of August 18, 2013.
This transition has the facility environment excited and moving full speed ahead. Plant manager, Perry Richards stated, “The Musser consolidation from LaGrange to Elkhart is nearing completion. A move of this size takes careful planning, intense focus on training, considerable time and a lot of attention to detail. Our team has really done an outstanding job in each of these areas. We are on-schedule, the equipment and processes from La Grange have been precisely moved. We have a combination of highly skilled incumbent employees moving to Elkhart and well-trained new employees anxious to begin producing the highest quality percussion instruments that are synonymous with the Musser brand.”
After months of hard work, members of the Musser team (Chris Frano (left) and Tim Masterson), shown here with a milestone production: the first chimes being shipped out of the South facility. Maintaining the Musser sound with each product made in Elkhart is paramount, with quality management systems and everyone on the team committed to meeting this goal.
Existing and new customers are welcome to experience the Musser sound.
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