McDonald Containers Opens New Facility
McDonald Containers (mcdonaldcontainers.com) is pleased to announce its recent move to a new facility, now doubling its square footage. This represents the next step in the expansion of its cremation and shipping container production. After more than 30 years of quality service to the funeral and cremation industries, McDonald Containers has established itself as a rapidly developing partner in this expanding business field.
Currently based in Columbia, SC, the McDonald Containers company was started in the Daytona Beach area. After purchasing the company in 2005, Owner-Operator Jim Faber relocated the business to the city of Columbia, working on-site to ensure superior quality and customer satisfaction. Today, the staff of McDonald Containers maintains the tradition of reliable customer service.
In spite of the fragile national economy, the cremation industry continues to develop at a steady pace. In light of this, McDonald Containers has not only relocated to a larger facility, but is also pleased to announce the availability of a new product, the over-size cremation container. According to Jim Faber, “this product fills the previous unmet need for a sturdy wooden-based cremation tray for your more challenging cremations.”
After decades of providing great service, quality products, and competitive pricing, McDonald Containers looks forward to the opportunity to support even more funeral homes and crematories.
McDonald Containers is now located at 740 S. Edisto Avenue, Columbia, SC, 29205. For further information, visit mcdonaldcontainers.com or contact Jim Faber at (800)-888-0753.
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