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McLeod Racing Moving Operations To New Building
August 17, 2017
The 25,000-square-foot facility in Anaheim, California, will house new offices and new manufacturing operations, enabling McLeod to better accommodate customers with more products stocked and ready to ship, company officials said.
McLeod Racing Moving Operations To New Building

Beginning September 1, McLeod Racing will be moving its operations to a newly purchased manufacturing facility in Anaheim, California.

The new 25,000-square-foot building will house new offices and new manufacturing operations. McLeod’s moving plans are intended to be seamless, so customers will continue to have their orders shipped on time and without delay, company officials said.

The newly purchased building will house the continuous growth of product lines and innovation that uphold the McLeod tradition, officials noted, adding that with the larger facility, McLeod will be able to better accommodate customers with more products stocked and ready to ship.

All customers and vendors are asked to use the following address starting September 1:

                                                McLeod Racing LLC
                                                1570 Lakeview Loop
                                                Anaheim, CA 92807

“This new building is awesome, and will make our operations run smoother with increased production. We are all excited to be moving into a first-class facility and take McLeod to the next level. It will be a big move, since McLeod has been in its current location for over 27 years,” said McLeod Racing President Paul Lee.

McLeod plans to stay open during the move to welcome orders from its customers. The main phone number, 714/630-2764, and website, www.mcleodracing.com, will remain the same.

With this step into the next generation of McLeod Racing, the company looks forward to advancing its established leadership in high performance driveline components, officials said.