Bullseye Technologies Inc. of Logansport, Ind. recently agreed to a multi-year pact with QMP of Elkhart, Ind., regarding the exclusive manufacturing rights for their breakthrough Bullseye Leveling Systems over the next three years.
BTI holds the worldwide exclusive rights to market and sell Bullseye Leveling Systems, the latest in electro-mechanical leveling technology for Class A, Class C and fifth-wheel recreational vehicles, according to a news release. BTI President Alan Brink said the new agreement was signed in April allowing QMP to exclusively manufacture and assemble the Bullseye vertical and folding leveling systems per Bullseye specifications.
“QMP has agreed to make as many systems as required by Bullseye Technologies..” he said. “QMP has the capacity to meet Bullseye’s projected volume now and in the foreseeable future.”
Working with Tim King, president of QMP, Brink said that this deal fit well into both companies’ future plans.
“QMP has been assembling the Bullseye since 2004 so they are intimately familiar with all of the mechanical features and functions of the systems – and we believe that together we can help revive the sagging Elkhart economy,” said Brink.
According to Brink, BTI will also have an office at their 50,000-square-foot manufacturing facilities.
“Bullseye personnel working in that office will conduct sales activities, facilitate orders and help administer the assembly and shipping functions,’ said Brink.
Complete with new PowerHead technology, the components of each Bullseye Leveling System are covered under a three-year manufacturers’ warranty including: four leveling legs, dash panel, control board, installation brackets, and hardware.
Made in the U.S. and able to lift between 16,000 – 64,000 pounds, BTI’s Bullseye leveling systems are environmentally-friendly and solve all problems typical of hydraulic lift systems.
For further information visit www.bullseyetechnologiesinc.com