Klear Vu Corporation to relocate headquarters, launches website

Retail Editor 4, September 10, 2013

Fall River, Mass. - Chair pad and seat cushion domestic manufacturer Klear Vu Corp. has found two new homes - a new state-of-the-art facility for its headquarters and a newly launched website.

The new 170,000-sq.-ft. corporate headquarters and manufacturing operation is located on a 15.5-acre property here at 600 Airport Road.

"Although we will miss the charm and history of our current location, we are looking forward to transferring our operations to a state-of-the-art facility," said Bob Cooper, president.

Klear Vu Corporation has been located in the Flint section of Fall River since the 1960s. In the beginning, Klear Vu produced garment bags and has continued to adapt to shifts in the market to evolve the company into what it is today - a manufacturer of chair pads, rocking chair cushions and other seat covers.

"As the retail climate continues to change, so must we. As manufacturers, we need to be nimble to stay successful. Flexibility will enable us to better serve our customers. Our new factory offers efficiencies that will streamline our manufacturing and prepare Klear Vu for the future," Cooper explained. "The new location will improve Klear Vu's capacity therefore, more products will continue to be made in the USA."

Also helping Klear Vu adapt to shifts in the business is the company's new website -- www.klearvu.com.

"It has a fresh, contemporary look, reflecting Klear Vu's dedication to innovation, focus on product design and rich history," the company said.

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