Lowell Miles joins Molded Fiberglass & Plastics as a stockholder and General Manager. Lowell brings Tucker SnoCat pontoon track carriers to MFP where they are continued to be built.
MFP builds a full size car shell to be carried by a man in a Tri-Met mass transit television advertisement.
MFP moves to a 36,000 sq. ft. facility in Oregon City and contracts with Freightliner trucks to fabricate its semi-truck cab shells and other components.
After buying out the other stockholders, Lowell & Janet Miles became owners of MFP.
MFP opens its new 46,000 sq. ft. Portland plant, adding to the production capabilities of its Oregon City plant.
Molded Fiberglass & Plastics changes its name to Miles Fiberglass & Plastics. Lowell is named, “Man of the Year” by the Society of Plastics Industry.
Composite Fabricators Association awards Lowell it’s coveted, “Presidents Award”.
Lowell is recognized as the “Business Owner of the Year” by the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce and employs 50 workers at his two plants.
The SBA honors Lowell with its “Oregon Small Business Owner of the Year” award. MFP develops press molding capabilities to produce freezer rail car liners for Cyro-Trans.
Miles Fiberglass & Plastics change its name to Miles Fiberglass & Composites, expands its delivery fleet to ensure delivery of every size product, and has nearly 100 employees working in its two facilities.
A two generation family business, MFC is named Oregon State University’s “Family Business of the Year” and given the CFA “Community Involvement Award.”
MFC adopts its current logo as it enters the new millennium and expands its capabilities to bring new processes and innovative solutions to its customers.
Miles adds Press Machine
Miles adds Vacuum Forming Machine
Miles receives an appropriation from the Military
Implementation of Lean begins
Lowell receives NFIB Leadership Council Emeritus Award
Miles turns 50 years
MFC celebrates their 20/20 Vision Plan with a Party
Miles Fiberglass implements “Smart Talent” training program
Miles Develops new Mission and Vision Statement
MFC starts to look for a new location to move both facilities under one roof
Miles moves to new location combining both plants
Miles changes it’s logo
Miles hires Brian House Consulting to oversee new website design and branding implimentation. Launch Jan 2022
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