QualCast to Add Seattle Location - Engine Builder Magazine

QualCast to Add Seattle Location

QualCast will now have a location in Sumner, WA. The facility is 6,000 square feet and will better serve the company's Northwest customers.

QualCast, a valvetrain components and cylinder head company, has recently announced it will be adding Melling’s Seattle location in Sumner, WA to bolster its selling capabilities. QualCast has served the aftermarket industry for over 25 years with a full line of stock and performance valvetrain components and cylinder heads, and was acquired by Melling earlier in 2024.

QualCast will now have a location at 13701 24th St. E./ Unit D6 in Sumner, WA, 98390. The facility is 6,000 square feet and will better serve the company’s Northwest customers with access to QualCast inventory extending well beyond Oregon and Washington.

“We have listened to our customers’ feedback and believe this location is perfect for supporting our customers’ needs,” the company says. Melling Seattle can be reached for placing QualCast orders directly at (253) 864-0590 between the hours of 7:00am to 4:30pm PT.

Customers may still reach QualCast directly in Nashville to place orders as well as via web ordering; contacting the warehouse directly is a newly added offering.

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