Warn Industries Acquires Fab Fours

Warn Industries continues to bolster their network, acquiring Factor 55 last year, more recently Fabtech, and have just announced the acquisition of substantially all of the business and assets of Fab Fours, Inc., a leading manufacturer of fabricated mounting solutions for trucks and Jeeps.

Fab Fours, founded in 2004, manufactures multiple different metal fabricated truck and Jeep bumper and accessory options. The company is known for taking risks and developing polarizing concept vehicles, like the Kymera, whilst also winning awards (like the Showstopper Award from SEMA) for products like the Grumper, a grille and bumper combo. Fab Fours is headquartered in Lancaster, South Carolina, and its products are designed, tested, and manufactured in the United States.

Vice President and General Manager of Warn Industries Kyle Shiminski stated: “With last year’s acquisition of Factor 55, the recent acquisition of Fabtech, and now Fab Fours, Warn continues its strategy of aligning around premium brands while focusing on operational excellence….We have long admired the Fab Fours brand and the growth and recognition that Greg and his team have achieved.” Greg Higgs, owner and CEO of Fab Fours, Inc., commented, “We are truly excited to bring Fab Fours into the Warn family….Our products complement each other, and our talented resources across the businesses do as well.”

The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.



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