NATDA Magazine Sept/Oct 2016 - Page 36

Recently the owners have brought in some new, experienced leadership to their management portfolio. Early in 2016, the company hired a veteran President to assist the brothers continue their pattern of growth. Charles Lange comes to Legend with more than thirty years of executive level experience. He is focused on implementing new protocols which will enhance operational efficiency (lean manufacturing, etc.) and improved quality systems (such as ISO certification). The company is looking at other senior level positions to further enhance the company’s capabilities. In addition to premium aluminum and steel trailers, the company also produces the Legend “Ice-Master” — a premium fishing ice shanty. The deluxe little “houses” provide lightweight shelter for fishing, hunting or any outdoor sport where protection is desired. Inside features can include an insulation package and heater, surround sound, A/C and anything else to achieve fivestar human comfort. One thing is for certain, Legend is not building another “me-too” trailer. They’re producing a superior trailer at a competitive price. The company employs a very good team of tradesmen including fabricators, welders, carpenters, electricians and assemblers. Because the company is growing, Legend continues to add workers to their existing team. Legend is dedicated to the safety requirements of the National Association of Trailer Manufacturers by adhering to their strict compliance program. Every Legend trailer is built to these specifications as prescribed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Legend’s future is bright. The executive team is selective in adding quality-minded dealers to their family of business partners to assure the best outcome for their Legend trailer customers. Their passion drives them to continuously bring innovative products to the industry. Keep watching their website for the latest additions to their product portfolio. Additional contact information: www.legendmfginc.com 989-227-0800 36 NATDA Magazine www.natda.org