Historical Timeline

  • 1948 Robert S. Morrison Founds Molded Fiber Resin Company in Ashtabula Ohio.
  • 1955 MFG The Boat Company Established in Union City, PA to mass produce FRP boats.
  • 1957 MFG Name changed to Molded Fiber Glass Companies.
  • 1963 MFG Molded all of the Avanti I body parts for the Avanti Motor Corporation. 
  • 1968 MFG Produces Gamefisher boats for Sears, eventually reaching over 200,000 units.
  • 1975 MFG Introduced 13 more Gypsy, 9 Caprice and 2 more Challengers to boat fleet all with equipment and power options.
  • 1977 MFG First Outboard motor covers produced for Outboard Marine Corporation.
  • 1984 MFG Boat Company Name changes to MFG Union City.
  • 1989 MFG Builds fourty-four foot high, sixty-four foot wide Trump crest logo.
  • 1990 MFG Build rebuilds buoys after they were destroyed by Hurricane Hugo.
  • 1992 MFG Built fiberglass belvedere sections for the Niagara Mohawk Building in Buffalo, New York.
  • 1994 MFG Built and donated roof for kids Castle at Disney World, Give Kids The World® Foundation.
  • 1996 MFG Union City receives ISO 9001:2008 Certification.
  • 1998 MFG Celebrates 1st fifty years in business.
  • 2001 MFG Molded to 100 large fiberglass fish for a community art project.
  • 2004 MFG Once again molds 100 large fiberglass frogs for community art project.
  • 2007 MFG Launched MRAP PDCPD Hoods and Fenders.
  • 2008 MFG Launched a new CNC router cell to improve the quality of products
  • 2009 MFG begins engineering and molding of new European locomotive. 
  • 2010 MFG begins molding of new military fuel cell.
     

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MFG UNION CITY SHIPS 3000th FUEL CELL FOR MILITARY INDUSTRY

Molded Fiber Glass Union City (MFG Union City), manufactured and shipped their 3,000th fuel cell for the military industry last month.