Demountable Concepts Inc celebrates 20th anniversary by moving into new facility

Demountable Concepts Inc is celebrating 20 years of success and looking forward to continued growth. The Glassboro NJ-based company designs, manufactures, and works with truck body builders and leasing companies to coordinate installation of interchangeable truck body systems into commercial straight-truck delivery fleets.

Frank Fisher had 18 years' experience with demountable truck body technology as vice-president of truck container systems in Hammonton NJ when he and Rustin Cassway met and began working together in 1986. In 1989, they started Demountable Concepts Inc and began their mission to help companies improve their loading and delivery processes.

Today the company offers more than 100 years of combined sales, management, and engineering experience with demountable systems in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Their roster of clients consists of fleets ranging in size from one truck to hundreds.

Asked about the growth and success of the past 20 years, Frank Fisher, company chief executive officer, said, “We knew going into it that once we got the word out about how demountables can reduce the number of trucks needed in a fleet by as much as 50% while actually increasing the amount deliveries possible per day, we would be busy — no matter what state of the economy.

Demountable Concepts recently moved into a new 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facility with the latest in auto CAD engineering and design capabilities; a CNC plasma cutter; a large paint shop, and state-of-the-art fabrication equipment. The firm also has begun offering its line of custom-made commercial glass and stone carriers to a national market; added truck body and liftgate repair and service; and launched a new online store at

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