Advertiser Spotlight: JRi Shocks Expanding With Move To Larger Facility

JRi shocks officials have announced they will be moving to a new larger facility. JRi Shocks will remain in Mooresville, N.C. but will now be headquartered at 136 Knob Hill Road, within Lakeside Park effective June 24.

The new JRi Shocks facility in Mooresville, N.C. (Photo: JRi Shocks)

JRi is taking over the former home of the Red Bull Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series shop. The new facility includes five acres of land and 69,000 plus square feet of buildings, putting the company in perfect position for continued expansion and growth.

“In a very positive way, the growth of our business has forced us to find a new location,” JRi Shocks managing director Dan Kungl, said in a release from the company. “As we have expanded our market segments such as Drag, Powersports, Short Track, Street Performance, Off-Road, Sportscar, and NASCAR-ARCA, we have run out of room at our current location. The new facility at 136 Knob Hill Road will provide our engineers and technicians the space they need to continue to provide the highest quality products and services, as well as, provide the extra room we need for the development of the next phase of suspension products, including electronic integration. Our new location should serve the company well in to the future, and we invite our customers and potential customers to come visit our new facility and see what we have to offer.”

The new facility will provide the needed physical foundation for JRi to continue to be a leader in the production and tuning of the finest Racing and OEM shock absorbers and struts in the world.

Additionally, with the new facility, JRi will be able to expand its fast growing full line suspension service for the Motorcycle Market (with on-site, full service of shocks and forks) and the Street Performance Market (with chassis dyno and scale set). These new features will allow customers to send or bring suspension components or vehicle in for service upgrades and JRi Shocks latest products.

“In my 30 plus years of designing suspension products, this is one of the most exciting milestones that we have achieved,” said Jeff Ryan, JRi Shocks technical director. “The opportunity to provide this facility to our employees and customers is fantastic. Our technical capabilities are now endless with engineering and technical staff being seamlessly integrated. I look forward to JRi Shocks new future and new home.”

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