ORLANDO, FL – Prestige Food Trucks is moving its production center to a 30,000-square-foot facility in Elkhart, Indiana this fall. The move will allow the food truck builder to increase the quality of its custom-built trucks and secure a higher volume of clients.
“Orlando has been an extremely welcoming city to us, but we needed more space to grow while continuing to offer outstanding service and Elkhart offered us the perfect opportunity.” Said Jeremy Adams, owner of Prestige Food Trucks, the truck’s manufacturer.
Prestige Food Trucks was founded in 2012 and quickly became the world’s leader in its industry. The current relocation will help accommodate business demand and allow the company to provide more efficient service to its current and future clients. This is the third facility relocation for Prestige. The last relocation allowed the business the hire five times more employees, cut its turnaround time by half and remain ahead of the competition.
Prestige is certified to build in all 50 states and internationally. They have the largest and highest production food truck manufacturing facility in the world, by volume, and the largest support network for repairs and maintenance across the country. The business has been featured on How It’s Made, on the Science Channel, Fox News, and was awarded the 2015 Bright House Regional Business Award for Best New Startup. The company’s CEO, Jeremy Adams, recently participated in an episode of West Texas Investors, a new TV show aired on CNBC, and closed a deal for a million dollar loan.
The food truck manufacturer will continue to ship its food trucks and trailers nationally and internationally and the move will allow for faster build out of mobile kitchens and custom trucks. The manufacturing facility is relocating, but Prestige’s headquarters will remain in Orlando, so Florida clients will still be able to reach Prestige Food Trucks by visiting their local office.