Oliver Racing Parts Completes Move to Charlevoix, MI - Engine Builder Magazine

Oliver Racing Parts Completes Move to Charlevoix, MI

Oliver Racing Parts logoOliver Racing Parts, manufacturers of high-performance connecting rods for motorsports applications, has completed its move of its operations and manufacturing to a more modern facility in Charlevoix, MI.

The move allows Oliver to upgrade its manufacturing and packaging equipment, and will enable Oliver to continue expanding its line of high-performance products.

“The opportunity to move Oliver Racing Parts into a more modern facility allows us to upgrade the company and our products in multiple ways, while staying in Michigan,” said Joseph A. Moch, president and CEO of Oliver Racing Parts. “The move from our older, urban surroundings to a modern facility in a greener, outdoors-friendly environment will improve the quality of life for our employees and hopefully encourage them to grow with our company.”

“The proximity to other automotive companies was a factor (in selecting Charlevoix),” Moch said. “As a native Michigander, I wanted to locate our company in an area with all the great things we have here: natural beauty of the Great Lakes region and outstanding quality of life for our employees. This is a great area to not only grow a family, but a company, too.”

Oliver Racing Parts will now be located at 5339 N. M-66 North in Charlevoix, a 70,000 sq. ft. facility.

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