Salt Lake City, UT (January 17, 2023) Today, Chief Global Supply Chain Officer Nate Buhler announced the completion of 4Life Manufacturing’s second phase in Vineyard, Utah.
The new facility was built on a lot adjacent to 4Life’s existing manufacturing plant. The company purchased the plot in 2014 when it broke ground to build its first plant, which accounts for approximately 48,500 square feet. The second phase began in October 2021. The new facility adds an additional 58,300 square feet. The new plant will create twenty new jobs.
Buhler: “We’ve always anticipated growth, and this growth strategy allows us to control more of our manufacturing process.”
New equipment includes a bulk powder fill line for NutraStart®
, a 150-cubic-foot blender for 4Life Transfer Factor®
, and a production line that can count and load four variations of vitamins for products like RiteStart®
Men and RiteStart®
4Life President & CEO Danny Lee: “This new combination of complex machinery will help us continue our commitment to excellence in manufacturing, quality, and customer satisfaction.”
Director of Manufacturing Phil Simonson was integral to the build-out. Manager of Purchasing and Planning Amanda Brewer resourced hundreds of raw materials for in-house production.
4Life, the Immune System Company®
, and the first to bring transfer factor research to market, has offices in dozens of countries to serve the company’s worldwide customers.
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Vice President Corporate Communications