Superwinch, a leader in manufacturing world-class winches for industrial and consumer applications, announced the opening of a new research and design facility in Portland, Oregon. The new Winch Research and Design Center is led by Brent Nasset, Superwinch head of engineering.
The new facility will house additional design and manufacturing engineers that will work with our existing teams in Tavistock, UK and Dayville, CT. The site will focus on creating market-leading new products.
“Portland has a wealth of talented engineers with the specific skills and experience we need to hit the ground running,” says David Burns, Superwinch President and CEO. “Superwinch is combining a world-class development center with a world-class engineering team. The new R&D center will play an instrumental role in our continued success.”
Superwinch’s 45 years of experience is unmatched in engineering, designing, building and testing winches for recreation, recovery, industrial, utility and military pursuits. Superwinch’s global manufacturing facilities have grown to manufacture a broad range of winches; from electric to hydraulic, worm gear to planetary gear, and lead the marketing in advanced winching control.
Superwinch 1,000 to 50,000 pound capacity winches can be found in diverse industries and applications across the globe sharing Superwinch’s trademark first class design, quality, value and solid construction for safe, simple and reliable operation. Learn more at www.superwinch.com.