LEED Brakes, a manufacturer of aftermarket brake systems for domestic classic cars and trucks, is expanding its facility, the company announced.
The expansion includes additional warehouse space, LEED Brakes representatives said, allowing the company to increase the amount of inventory on hand and improve shipping times.
The new facility will also house a larger research and development center. The additional space, which also includes a new CNC machining center, will allow increased product design, development and machining capacity for more in-house manufacturing.
“We don’t make excuses at LEED Brakes, we make adjustments,” said Tom Leed, founder and owner of LEED Brakes. “I am proud of the way we have thrived through the uncertainty of the past few years, and I am certain that with the expansion of our facility, our success will continue. On behalf of our team, thank you to all of our customers, families, business partners and friends for making our work here at LEED Brakes such an enjoyable ride.”