"This facility better meets our needs today and positions us for the growth we have planned," Hobbs said. "Having our entire team under one roof allows for improved communications and more cost-effective management of every facet of our operations."
A 100,000-SF facility will house Daisy’s receiving, assembly, packing, warehousing and shipping functions.
The facility is owned by Rescue Heroes, a partnership between Chris Crossland of Crossland Construction and John Lawrence of Lawrence Development Group. The new facility will continue to be home to Daisy’s corporate headquarters, which now employs 25.
Daisy plans to begin full production at the Rogers plant by August.
That would indicate Neosho workers will not have much time, if any, to prepare themselves.
Daisy has housed its assembly operations at its underground location in Neosho since April 1997. The company has always maintained its corporate offices in Rogers.