Pressure Systems International moves to new facility

Pressure Systems International moves to new facility

Pressure Systems International (P.S.I.) has moved to a new expanded facility to accommodate growing demand for its products. The new P.S.I. corporate office and manufacturing facility in San Antonio is double the size of their previous location, allowing the company to increase production capacity for their automatic tire inflation system for trailers as well as planned new product introductions, according to the company. P.S.I.’s automatic tire inflation system is being used on trailers operated by 75% of the top 100 fleets in the U.S. and is being shipped to 45 countries worldwide, the company shared.

“The popularity of our automatic tire inflation system continues to grow both in North American and worldwide,” commented Tim Musgrave, the company’s president and chief executive officer. “We needed more space so we could meet this growing demand, and at the same time give our employees a place to grow at well. We have great plans for the future and this move is just the first step.”

For more information, visit the P.S.I. website.

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