“Consolidating our operations in the U.S. has created a unique opportunity for us to gain efficiencies and has opened the door to some exciting new opportunities for growth and profitability,” said Mark Cherpes, FN America President and CEO. “We have seen great strengths emerge from the two legacy organizations and are beginning to harness these synergies in a way that will allow us to operate in a much more agile, proactive, market-oriented way that we hope will really benefit our customers immediately and in the years to come.”
Today, FN America employs approximately 500 people in three locations. In addition to its headquarters in McLean, VA, the company also has a Development and Technical Center (DEVTEC) in Fredericksburg, VA and manufacturing operations in Columbia, SC. The company produces a wide range of small arms for the U.S. military such as M4/M4A1 carbines, M16 rifles, MK19 grenade machine guns, M249 SAW, MK46, MK48, M240, M240C, M240D, M240E1, M240H, M240B, and M240L machine guns. In addition to manufacturing for the U.S. military, FN America also builds commercial handguns including the FNX™ series of hammer-driven pistols, the FNS™ line of striker-fired pistols, and the FN 15™ line of modern sporting rifles under the FNH USA brand.
For more information about FN America, LLC and the FNH USA brand, please visit www.fnhusa.com.