Utah Based SnapLock® Industries ramping up production of FastDeck® ‘Rapid Deployment’ portable flooring line for emergency shelters and pop up structures

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SnapLock Industries kicks production of temporary, rapid deployment flooring into high gear.

FastDeck Rapid Deployment Flooring in use in a temporary shelter.

"I'm proud of our team for stepping up and focusing on getting this product out to wherever it is needed across the country." - Jorgen Moller, CEO SnapLock Industries

SnapLock® Industries, leading US manufacturer of portable modular flooring, is ramping up production of their multi-patented FastDeck® portable flooring product line to ensure immediate availability for the needs of emergency shelters and temporary pop-up structures around the world.

FastDeck, a commercial grade modular product requiring no tools or trained labor, simply snaps (and stays) in place, making it one of the fastest temporary flooring systems to install. The structural design of FastDeck allows it to be easily deployed atop most surfaces, including but not limited to; concrete, asphalt, gravel, dirt, and grass. Key product features include: durable, slip resistant surface, sanitary and easy to clean with full-suspension self-draining structures to allow rain and liquids to flow underneath. FastDeck is engineered to easily handle rolling loads of cars, trucks, and emergency vehicles. Suitable for long term deployment and USA made, FastDeck is frequently used under tents, for temporary walkways, shelters and more.

"I'm proud of our team for stepping up and focusing on getting this product out to wherever it is needed across the country," said Jorgen Moller, CEO of SnapLock Industries.    

SnapLock Industries manufactures FastDeck and several other modular flooring lines in their 180,000 square foot ISO 9001:2015 certified facility in Salt Lake City, Utah. SnapLock, a family owned and operated company, has been producing high quality, USA-made products for almost four decades.

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