Blissfield Manufacturing Company, founded in 1946 by O.W. Farver, is a 4th generation family-owned business. It specializes in heat transfer technology within the automotive, off-highway vehicle, commercial refrigeration, and industrial equipment markets.
Over the next three years it will add $1.5 million in new equipment to its Blissfield facility to support its growth into new product lines.
An estimated 73 jobs will be added to its Blissfield facility over the next three years.
The 2013 redesign of GM’s power steering system resulting in the obsolescence of Blissfield’s power steering cooler expedited the company’s efforts to roll out its “Green Technologies” division, which encompasses a variety of environmentally friendly products ranging from restaurant filtration to waste-water remediation.
With new business planned on the horizon, Blissfield Manufacturing is readying itself to be in a strong position to support the needs of its customers in the CO2, automotive and environmental markets.
Pat Farver, CEO and President, Blissfield Manufacturing
The company leaders had the vision of how its customers needs would change and how they could be the ones to meet them.
Blissfield Manufacturing had the engineering know-how to create new “green” technologies that will be a large part of its future.