Update from Worksport Ltd.

March 2020 News DT Staff

Franchise Holdings International Inc., the parent company of Worksport Ltd., the tonneau cover manufacturer, has reported that its factories in China, after a very brief pause, are again back in operation as of the week of March 16, 2020. FNHI and Worksport CEO Steve Rossi said that the Company’s supply chain is fully intact and working on new and future products for the booming light truck market.

“Now scheduled for production are about 1,000 units of our fastest selling Tri Fold truck bed cover,” said Rossi. “In addition, our Worksport factory is also tooling for new products to be launched in the near future as well as derivative improved versions of existing products for the private label market. Although COVID-19 has had devastating global effects, we still forecast growth within this year. Once production streamlines with the forthcoming new product, we will begin growing Worksport as a nationally recognized brand.”

Worksport has been moving forward on many fronts, Rossi said, aided by its success in securing intellectual property and patents in the U.S. and Canada. In the U.S., Worksport is working on developing new clients, with a focus on expanding Worksport as a mainstay U.S. legacy brand synonymous with innovation and integrity.

“We are working on many very exciting developments that will be announced in the coming weeks and months,” Rossi said. “We are working towards filing our Audit on time, too. We will be reporting year-end results in the near future. We are more encouraged than ever before by Worksport’s future prospects. As it’s said in the light truck industry we serve, all cylinders are firing.”

Photo credited to FranchiseHoldingsInternational.com

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