EXCLUSIVE: Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions: Product Changes and Moving Some Production to Mexico
It looks like Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions is going south of the border.
Late last week MA customers received a letter from company President, Thomas Pontone, announcing upcoming product changes and that the company would be moving all 20 Gauge non-gasketed steel production to a state-of-the-art facility in Monterrey, Mexico.
The letter stated that the upcoming changes being implemented are reflected of feedback from the companies existing customers.
A copy of the letter sent out is below:
We reached out to Matthews Aurora for comment – so far no word back.
Matthews Aurora Timeline:
Just over a year ago Matthews completed the purchase of Aurora Casket Company for $214M: http://connectingdirectors.com/articles/46857-matthews-completes-purchase-of-aurora-casket-company-for-214-million
7 months ago Aurora CEO, Michael Quinn, left the company: http://connectingdirectors.com/articles/47615-aurora-casket-ceo-departs-as-merger-with-matthews-continues
Two months ago Matthews Aurora Funeral Solutions announce a shift in production plant: http://connectingdirectors.com/articles/48462-matthews-announces-shift-in-production-plants
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