Scat Enterprises To Move Into Vortech Engineering Facility - Engine Builder Magazine

Scat Enterprises To Move Into Vortech Engineering Facility

Scat Enterprises will be moving headquarters from Redondo Beach, CA to Oxnard, CA by March 2024.

Scat Enterprises and Vortech Superchargers are combining decades of experience in manufacturing and supplying high-quality, high-performance products. Utilizing cutting edge technology for over 30 years, Vortech Superchargers has engineered efficient and reliable centrifugal compressor air management solutions for automotive, marine, aeronautical, and other motorsports applications.

By combining Scat Enterprises 60+ years of manufacturing cast, forged and billet crankshafts, connecting rods, and rotating assemblies with Vortech’s unparalleled quality and engineering expertise, customers will be guaranteed the finest engine components available. The new 60,000 sq./ft. facility will provide the ability to update our machining capabilities and processes as well as improve logistics to better serve our customers. A full QC department equipped with the latest inspection tools available will make certain products continue to be manufactured to the highest quality.

Scat Enterprises will be moving headquarters from Redondo Beach, CA to Oxnard, CA by March 2024.

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