History of FSF Manufacturing, Inc.
1984 – Jim AmRhein Sr. incorporated Florida Stainless Fabricators in the Orlando area in a 6800 square foot facility with 5 employees; Jackie AmRhein, Jim’s wife, was the payroll specialist.
1986 – FSF moved to a 16,000 square foot facility in East Orlando and had 14 employees.
1991 – Jim’s youngest son, Steve, joined the family business as a Project Manager.
1992 – Jackie began working full-time. Mike, Jim & Jackie’s 4th child, joined the company as a Project Manager.
1993 – 5000 square feet was added to the facility.
1994 – FSF moved to a 53,000 square foot facility with 49 employees.
1995 – Jim & Jackie’s 2nd son, Jim Jr., joined FSF as a Manufacturing Engineer.
2000 – Jim Sr. purchased 15 acres in the northeast part of Orlando to accommodate a larger facility.
2002 – FSF moved into our current location with 110,000 square feet and 108 employees.
2004 – FSF had 147 employees and expanded the building by 24,000 square feet of space.
2008 – FSF had 162 employees and added another 24,000 square feet to the building for a total of 158,000 square feet of space. Scott AmRhein, the third generation, began working for the company with plans for a long legacy in this industry.
2015 – Florida Stainless Fabricators, Inc. became FSF Manufacturing, Inc.