Phil Nangle, President
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Business Growth Prompts HP Fairfield Relocation
HP Fairfield – January 22, 2019
HP Fairfield will be on the move into a new facility. In December of 2018, HP Fairfield acquired a new facility in Hopkinton, NH, located immediately off Exit 6 on Interstate 89. The new facility is 55,000 square feet, 23 acres and has 16 bays which is six times the size of the existing Pembroke facility. The upgrade will allow for faster build times, better inventory availability and the ability to showcase all the products HP Fairfield has to offer.
Phil Nangle, President of HP Fairfield, expressed enthusiasm about the new facility stating, “This is another step in our commitment to provide the highest safety, quality, delivery, and cost for our internal customers as well as our external customers. We continue to review our footprint, making the changes necessary to be the leader in New England for install, service, parts and whole goods for state and federal agencies, municipalities, contractors, and our other customers. We have listened to the voice of the customer and understand the importance of stocking the parts and equipment our customers need. The purchase of this new facility is a win-win for our company and our customers.”>
Since 1951, HP Fairfield has been and continues to be a leader in the manufacture, upfit and service of state and federal agencies, municipalities, contractors and retail customers. HP Fairfield specializes in custom truck builds, ice/snow control equipment, airfield maintenance equipment, street sweepers, mowers, waste recycling equipment, water/sewer maintenance equipment, sidewalk tractors with attachments and asphalt recyclers.
HP Fairfield has four locations throughout New England in Skowhegan, ME; Pembroke/Hopkinton, NH; Morrisville, VT; Columbia, CT.
Normal business operations will continue until the move is complete into the Hopkinton facility.
HP Fairfield is targeting a Grand Opening event to showcase the new facility in late spring or early summer 2019.