Anchor Industries Celebrates 80 Years Of Service To The Automotive Aftermarket

Anchor Industries Celebrates 80 Years Of Service To The Automotive Aftermarket

While much has changed in 80 years, Anchor says the company has continued to grow by sticking to its core philosophy as a basic manufacturer.

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Anchor Industries is celebrating 80 years serving the automotive aftermarket. The company was founded in 1933, in Cleveland, Ohio, as a manufacturer of driveline mounts and rubber products.
 
While much has changed in 80 years, Anchor says the company has continued to grow by sticking to its core philosophy as a basic manufacturer. Over the years, Anchor has earned recognition as the No. 1 brand name in engine and transmission mounts, the company says.
 
Anchor says it remains focused on maintaining both its manufacturing facility and R&D in the United States.
 
"We continuously reinvest in all aspects of the business to ensure we are supplying the highest-quality products available," Anchor said in a statement announcing the 80-year milestone. "Anchor is committed to producing premium-quality products; whether they are produced in our plant in Cleveland, Ohio, or globally sourced; all our products meet or exceed OE fit, form and function."
 
The company’s Cleveland, Ohio, manufacturing facility is 65,000 square feet and its U.S. distribution center was recently expanded to more than 150,000 square feet, allowing the company to maintain an extensive finished goods inventory, to ensure high fill rates and quick order turn around times. More than 645 numbers have been added in the past 54 months alone, the company says. And, according to Anchor, the company offers nearly 100 percent order fill rates and fast turnaround order processing ensure maximum ROI.
 
 

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