Last updated: 9/23/2011
Copemish, Michigan
Address
16612 Russo Drive
Copemish, MI 49625
phone: 800-324-5861
fax: 231-378-2261
e-mail: shirley@mrchain.com
web: www.mrchain.com
Vendor Type(s)
Staff
Shirley Singletary, Customer Service
phone: 231-378-2251 x104
Brian Majestic, Sales Manager
phone: 231-378-2251 x109
Description

MR Products, Inc., dba Mr. Chain provides a wide selection of pedestrian guidance, display and crowd control barriers, chains and accessories for both indoor and outdoor use. Manufactured 100% in the USA using recyclable materials, our products are available in a variety of colors and sizes in stock for immediate delivery. Mr. Chain also welcomes your custom requirements and will quote upon request.

Our mission is to achieve superior customer satisfaction by manufacturing quality American-made products utilizing innovative processes and continuous improvement techniques while conserving resources and preserving the quality of the environment. Being a Michigan based business in operation for over 50 years it proves our commitment to quality, service, and innovation. You may have seen some of our projects at the 2010 Winter Olympics, The Detroit Zoo or the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. For more information, to place an order or request a quote, please contact us today toll-free at 1-800-324-5861 x104 or visit our website at www.mrchain.com.

We look forward to working with you on your next project!

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