In the spotlight: Consolidated Vehicle Converters

Though Consolidated Vehicle Converters (CVC) wasn’t formed until 1996, the family of owner/operators have been rebuilding sealed torque converters since 1972. Co-owners and sisters Julie Maynard Turner & Marcia Maynard Prugh worked in their fathers shop (MAMCO CONVERTERS) since their teen years.

A long time struggle for adequate manufacturing space was solved in 2008 when CVC moved all of its operations into an 85,000 sq. feet facility along with the new location CVC invested in new roller conveyor systems, all new pass-thru wash tanks, new air compressor system, new racking and shelving, new lathes for an additional assembly line, environmental air movement system, additional clutch bonders, an automated paint line and paint guns along with construction of employee break room, locker- room and four additional loading docks.

With the move behind us, our management staff continues to work on improvements to quality and processes. Our new facility has allowed us to increase productivity and quality noticeable to all our customers. CVC continues its main focus on domestic & foreign units while servicing the industrial application users, high performance units are produced mainly by request.

Our current project is an overhaul of our bonding department, awaiting more new equipment this change will allow better flow of product through the clutch department. CVC will be hosting the TCRA MEMBERS ANNUAL MEETING in May 2010, we look forward to spending time with everyone.

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– Found in October 2009 Newsletter