Applied Industrial Technologies Completes Acquisition of FCX Performance, Inc.

February 1, 2018 / Cleveland, OH

Company Updates Guidance for Fiscal 2018 and Provides Initial Guidance for Impact of Transaction on Fiscal 2019

Applied Industrial Technologies (NYSE: AIT) today announced it has completed the previously announced acquisition of FCX Performance, Inc. (FCX), a leading distributor of specialty process flow control products and services. Based in Columbus, Ohio, FCX operates 68 locations with more than 1,000 team members. The total purchase price of the acquisition after contractual working capital adjustments was approximately $784 million, and was financed with a new credit facility comprised of a $780 million Term Loan A and a $250 million revolver.

In conjunction with this announcement, the Company has updated its guidance regarding the impact of the acquisition on its fiscal year 2018 results. The transaction is expected to be dilutive in fiscal year 2018 (ending June 30, 2018) by ($0.11) to ($0.21), which represents an approximate $0.05 per share improvement from the initial guidance provided on January 9, 2018. The updated guidance includes the adverse impact of ($0.12) to ($0.13) in one-time transaction-related cash charges. This results in updated EPS guidance for fiscal year 2018 of $3.19 to $3.39 per share, on sales that are anticipated to be 15% to 16% higher year-over-year inclusive of the acquisition.

The acquisition is anticipated to contribute approximately $557 million in sales and $68 million in EBITDA in the first 12 months of Applied’s ownership, prior to recognition of one-time transaction-related charges. Full-year cash flow from operations for the first 12 months of Applied’s ownership is expected to approximate 0.95x to 1.0x expected EBITDA. Additionally, the transaction is projected to be accretive in fiscal year 2019 by $0.10 to $0.20, inclusive of ($0.68) to ($0.77) per share impact of non-cash intangible amortization expense.

Neil A. Schrimsher, President & Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are pleased to complete this transaction and welcome FCX to the Applied organization. Our combined product offering and value-added capabilities further enhance our differentiation, and provide significant opportunities for growth. We look forward to working with the FCX team and building on our strengths to serve our customers and create value for all of our stakeholders.”

For further details regarding this transaction, please refer to the Applied-FCX Acquisition Overview tear sheet in the Investor Relations section of Applied’s website at www.applied.com.

About Applied
Founded in 1923, Applied Industrial Technologies is a leading distributor of bearings, power transmission products, fluid power components, and other industrial supplies, serving MRO and OEM customers in virtually every industry. In addition, Applied provides engineering, design and
systems integration for industrial and fluid power applications, as well as customized mechanical, fabricated rubber and fluid power shop services. Applied also offers storeroom services and inventory management solutions that provide added value to its customers. For more information, visit www.applied.com.

Safe Harbor and Non-GAAP Financial Measures
This press release contains statements that are forward-looking concerning the agreement entered into by Applied to acquire FCX, including expectations regarding the financial and operational impact of the acquisition on Applied. The term “forward-looking” is defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission in its rules, regulations and releases, and Applied intends that such forwardlooking statements be subject to the safe harbors created thereby. Forward-looking statements are often identified by qualifiers such as “expect,” “anticipate,” “will,” and similar expressions. All forward-looking statements are based on current expectations regarding important risk factors, including the following: the consummation of the proposed transaction on the proposed terms and schedule; Applied’s financial and operational performance following the completion of the proposed transaction; the ability of Applied and the seller to satisfy closing conditions; Applied’s ability to close the transaction, successfully integrate the business, and realize the strategic and other benefits of the acquisition; the timing of when the acquisition will be accretive to earnings; trends in the industrial sector of the economy; and other risk factors identified in Applied’s most recent periodic report and other filings made with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Accordingly, actual results may differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements, and the making of such statements should not be regarded as a representation by Applied or any other person that the results expressed therein will be achieved. Applied assumes no obligation to update publicly or revise any forward-looking statements, whether due to new information, or events, or otherwise.

This press release includes certain forward-looking financial measures that are not presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”). These non-GAAP financial measures are numerical measures of financial performance that exclude or include amounts so as to be different than the most directly comparable measure that would be presented in accordance with GAAP in Applied’s consolidated balance sheets and related consolidated statements of operations, comprehensive income, changes in stockholders’ equity and cash flows. Non-GAAP financial measures should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for the most directly comparable GAAP measures. Applied’s non-GAAP financial measures may be different from non-GAAP financial measures used by other companies. These forward-looking non-GAAP financial measures are intended to provide additional information to investors regarding Applied’s current expectations surrounding the pending FCX acquisition. We do not attempt to reconcile these measures with the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures because of the inherent difficulty in forecasting and quantifying certain amounts that are necessary for such reconciliations, including adjustments identified below, the amounts of which could be material.

One non-GAAP measure, estimated EBITDA, represents a current estimate of FCX’s forward 12-month post-acquisition net income adjusted to exclude interest expense, income taxes, depreciation and amortization, as well as other adjustments described below. In addition, this press release includes a non-GAAP reference to the expected accretive impact of the proposed transaction to Applied’s earnings per share, based on projections for the acquired business in the first 12 months post-acquisition, excluding first-year transaction-related costs.

Forward EBITDA projections were developed based on FCX’s trailing 12-month actual results for the period ended September 30, 2017, as adjusted to conform accounting policies with Applied and normalized to exclude certain one-time items and approximate results under Applied’s ownership, based on quality of earnings reviews prepared by third parties. The adjusted historical base was then further adjusted for a non-material acquisition made by FCX in December 2017 and for additional financial performance information presented by FCX for the two months ended November 30, 2017. Estimated forward 12-month post-acquisition EBITDA assumes market sales growth, modest improvement in gross margins based on current FCX initiatives and estimated synergies, including both synergies from the integration of acquisitions completed by FCX prior to the proposed closing date as well as synergies available as a result of Applied’s ownership.

Contact Information
INVESTOR RELATIONS
David K. Wells
Vice President – Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer
216-426-4755

CORPORATE & MEDIA RELATIONS
Julie A. Kho
Manager, Public Relations
216-426-4483


Applied Industrial Technologies to Acquire FCX Performance, Inc.

January 9, 2018 / Cleveland, OH

  • Acquisition Expands Offering into Specialty Flow Control Products & Services
  • Positions Applied® as the Industry Leader for Engineered Fluid Power & Flow Control Solutions

Applied Industrial Technologies (NYSE: AIT) today announced it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire FCX Performance, Inc. (FCX), a leading distributor of specialty process flow control products and services based in Columbus, Ohio, for total consideration of approximately $768 million, subject to customary adjustments, and is expected to close within 30 days, upon completion of the Hart-Scott-Rodino waiting period and satisfaction of other customary conditions. The transaction will be financed with a new credit facility comprised of a $780 million Term Loan A and $250 million revolver, effective with the transaction closing.

FCX is the premier distributor of highly engineered valves, instruments, pumps, and lifecycle services to MRO and OEM customers across diverse industrial and process end markets. The company’s comprehensive value-added solutions help customers improve cost productivity, reduce downtime, increase efficiency and effectively meet increasing regulatory compliance standards. FCX operates 68 locations with more than 1,000 team members.

The acquisition is anticipated to contribute approximately $550 million in sales and $68 million in EBITDA in the first 12 months of Applied ownership, prior to recognition of one-time transaction expenses and the impact of purchase accounting adjustments. Additionally, the transaction is expected to be accretive in fiscal year 2019 following recognition of related one-time transaction costs in fiscal year 2018.

“We are very pleased to announce the pending acquisition of FCX, which further enhances our position as a differentiated industrial distributor,” said Neil A. Schrimsher, President & Chief Executive Officer for Applied. “FCX brings to Applied market leading, value-added specialty flow control expertise with premier brands, high-touch technical service, an extensive footprint, and strong customer relationships. This compelling adjacency move is an excellent fit, especially when considering served industries, customer opportunities, engineering capabilities and value-added services. Our combined resources will make us a leading technical solutions provider with significant opportunities for growth.”
Tom Cox, CEO of FCX, added, “We are extremely excited about the strategic prospects and overall fit with Applied. The shared business philosophies and values, as well as the complementary products, custom application expertise, and complete one-stop solutions offering will provide enhanced value for our customers and excellent growth potential for our suppliers and team members.”

Conference Call
Applied will hold a conference call to discuss the transaction at 10 a.m. ET on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. Presentation materials will be available prior to the call. Interested parties may listen to the call and access the webcast presentation and materials through the Investor Relations portion of the
Company’s website at www.applied.com, or by dialing 877-311-4351 (toll free) or 614-999-9139 (International) using conference ID 8685729. A replay of the call will be available for two weeks by dialing 855-859-2056 or 800-585-8367 (both toll free), or 404-537-3406 using conference ID 8685729.

About Applied
Founded in 1923, Applied Industrial Technologies is a leading distributor of bearings, power transmission products, fluid power components, and other industrial supplies, serving MRO and OEM customers in virtually every industry. In addition, Applied provides engineering, design and
systems integration for industrial and fluid power applications, as well as customized mechanical, fabricated rubber and fluid power shop services. Applied also offers storeroom services and inventory management solutions that provide added value to its customers. For more information,
visit www.applied.com.

Safe Harbor and Non-GAAP Financial Measures
This press release contains statements that are forward-looking concerning the agreement entered into by Applied to acquire FCX, including expectations regarding the financial and operational impact of the acquisition on Applied. The term “forward-looking” is defined by the Securities and
Exchange Commission in its rules, regulations and releases, and Applied intends that such forwardlooking statements be subject to the safe harbors created thereby. Forward-looking statements are often identified by qualifiers such as “expect,” “anticipate,” “will,” and similar expressions. All
forward-looking statements are based on current expectations regarding important risk factors, including the following: the consummation of the proposed transaction on the proposed terms and schedule; Applied’s financial and operational performance following the completion of the
proposed transaction; the ability of Applied and the seller to satisfy closing conditions; Applied’s ability to close the transaction, successfully integrate the business, and realize the strategic and other benefits of the acquisition; the timing of when the acquisition will be accretive to earnings;
trends in the industrial sector of the economy; and other risk factors identified in Applied’s most recent periodic report and other filings made with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Accordingly, actual results may differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking
statements, and the making of such statements should not be regarded as a representation by Applied or any other person that the results expressed therein will be achieved. Applied assumes no obligation to update publicly or revise any forward-looking statements, whether due to new
information, or events, or otherwise.

This press release includes certain forward-looking financial measures that are not presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”). These non-GAAP financial measures are numerical measures of financial performance that exclude or include amounts so as to
be different than the most directly comparable measure that would be presented in accordance with GAAP in Applied’s consolidated balance sheets and related consolidated statements of operations, comprehensive income, changes in stockholders’ equity and cash flows. Non-GAAP financial
measures should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for the most directly comparable GAAP measures. Applied’s non-GAAP financial measures may be different from non-GAAP financial measures used by other companies. These forward-looking non-GAAP financial measures
are intended to provide additional information to investors regarding Applied’s current expectations surrounding the pending FCX acquisition. We do not attempt to reconcile these measures with the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures because of the inherent difficulty in forecasting
and quantifying certain amounts that are necessary for such reconciliations, including adjustments identified below, the amounts of which could be material.

One non-GAAP measure, estimated EBITDA, represents a current estimate of FCX’s forward 12-month post-acquisition net income adjusted to exclude interest expense, income taxes, depreciation and amortization, as well as other adjustments described below. In addition, this press release
includes a non-GAAP reference to the expected accretive impact of the proposed transaction to Applied’s earnings per share, based on projections for the acquired business in the first 12 months post-acquisition, excluding first-year transaction-related costs.

Forward EBITDA projections were developed based on FCX’s trailing 12-month actual results for the period ended September 30, 2017, as adjusted to conform accounting policies with Applied and normalized to exclude certain one-time items and approximate results under Applied’s ownership,
based on quality of earnings reviews prepared by third parties. The adjusted historical base was then further adjusted for a non-material acquisition made by FCX in December 2017 and for additional financial performance information presented by FCX for the two months ended
November 30, 2017. Estimated forward 12-month post-acquisition EBITDA assumes market sales growth, modest improvement in gross margins based on current FCX initiatives and estimated synergies, including both synergies from the integration of acquisitions completed by FCX prior to
the proposed closing date as well as synergies available as a result of Applied’s ownership.

Contact Information
INVESTOR RELATIONS
David K. Wells
Vice President – Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer
216-426-4755

CORPORATE & MEDIA RELATIONS
Julie A. Kho
Manager, Public Relations
216-426-4483


FCX Performance enhances its position in west Texas with the acquisition of Basin Engine & Pump

December 18, 2017 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance, a leading specialty flow control distributor serving OEMs, EPCs and end-users across the industrial process, energy and high purity industries, announced today that it has acquired Basin Engine & Pump, based in Midland, TX. Basin, one of the premier pump repair houses in west Texas, will maintain its identity in its marketplace operating as a division of FCX.

The acquisition maintains FCX Performance management’s continued push to provide additional value, synergies and better efficiencies to their customers and suppliers. The benefits include a strong pump service and maintenance offering with an enhanced product offering.

Nearly every business in a multitude of industries has and uses pumps to maintain flow control. They drive everything from drinking water and wastewater in municipalities to heavy aggregate solutions in mines, quarries, power plants, and in oil and gas fields. As common as pumps are, they are overlooked until something goes wrong. Maintaining pump functions and having the right equipment and service provider for repairs to avoid prolonged periods of downtime is vital for most industries.

“We’re proud to welcome Basin Engine & Pump to the FCX family. This acquisition further reinforce our already strong presence in Texas and adds service to our west Texas portfolio, said Tom Cox, CEO of FCX.” FCX is known for extensive product offering backed by technical expertise and this acquisition strengthen those abilities. This acquisition expands FCX’s footprint to 68 offices nationally, staffed by more than, 1,000 experienced team members.


FCX Performance continues exponential growth and major geographic expansion with latest acquisition

November 14, 2017 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance, a leading specialty flow control distributor serving OEMs, EPCs and end-users across the industrial process, energy and high purity industries, announced today that it has acquired Eads Distribution, based in Houston and The Massey Company, headquartered in Charlotte. Eads Distribution is one of the foremost flow control distributors of instrumentation and valves in the U.S., while The Massey Company brings years of specialty flow control experience and expertise to the FCX Performance portfolio.

The acquisitions maintain FCX Performance management’s continued push to provide additional value, synergies and better efficiencies to their customers and suppliers. The benefits include a wider range of product solutions, additional industrial proficiency and sharing of strategic partnerships for products and services.

Eads Distribution and The Massey Company will maintain their identities in their respective marketplaces with Eads Distribution operating as a standalone division of FCX and The Massey Company operating as a branch of Eads Distribution.

“We’re proud to welcome Eads Distribution and The Massey Company to the FCX family. These acquisitions further reinforce our already strong presence in Texas, Florida, and the Carolinas and adds significant geographical expansion in Tennessee, Georgia, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, and Louisiana” said Tom Cox, CEO of FCX. “FCX is known for our extensive product offering backed by our technical expertise and these acquisitions strengthen those qualities.”
This is the largest acquisition undertaken by FCX Performance to date. This expands FCX’s footprint to 67 offices nationally, staffed by more than, 1,000 experienced team members.


FCX Performance Announces the Acquisition of Encova, Inc.

July 27, 2017 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance, a leading specialty flow control distributor serving OEMs, EPCs and end-users across the industrial process, energy and high purity industries, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Encova, Inc. The Cary, North Carolina firm is a licensed professional engineering company that provides specialized project start-up and commissioning services for customers in the life sciences industry.

“FCX has demonstrated a strong commitment to our customers by building our service capabilities both organically and by acquisition,” said Tom Cox, CEO of FCX. “Adding Encova’s expertise to our PCI division’s service offerings sets us further apart from our competition. This acquisition allows us to provide our clients with the trusted single source provider they are looking for from start-up of their equipment on new projects, to maintaining optimal plant performance, and meeting regulatory guidelines now and into the future.”

With the addition of Encova, Inc. FCX expands its footprint to 45 offices nationally, all staffed with highly technical experts equipped to deliver unique value to a diverse set of end markets.

“Encova’s reputation and commitment to its customers make them an excellent fit with the FCX platform,” added Cox. “We are looking forward to working with Encova to expand our expertise and elevate the Encova solutions.”


FCX Performance acquires 4th company in 6 months.

February 9, 2017 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance, a leading specialty flow control distributor, headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, serving the industrial process, energy, and high purity industries, announced that it has acquired Renew Valve & Cleveland Valve & Gauge, based in Monroe, MI. Renew and its Cleveland Valve and Gauge division, are one of the foremost safety relief valve and line valve service companies in the US.

“FCX is an incredible fit for Renew/CVG”, according to JB Rorick, President of Renew. “Adding our relief valve and repair expertise with their breadth of valve, pump, specialty piping, instrumentation products and services creates a unique and powerful combination.”

“We’re proud to welcome Renew/CVG to the FCX family. This acquisition further reinforces our already strong presence in the Midwest” said Tom Cox, CEO of FCX. “FCX is known for our extensive product offering backed by our technical expertise, but what our customers tell me is the real differentiator is having the service and repair capabilities to support those products.”

This is FCX’s fourth acquisition in the last six months. The previous 3 acquisitions were located in the Midwest, Northeast and Southeast. This expands FCX’s footprint to 41 offices nationally, staffed by more than 800 experienced team members.


FCX Performance makes third acquisition in 2016 with the addition of PCI.

November 25, 2016 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance announced today that it has completed the acquisition of PCI-llc based in Raleigh, NC. PCI provides instrument calibration, commissioning and regulatory consulting solutions for the life sciences industry, enabling clients to capitalize on the benefits of service continuity from a single provider so that they can stay compliant and focus on their core business. Andy Ferrell, President of PCI commented that “This winning combination will allow PCI to offer a wider range of product and service solutions to our customers, and provides the company with resources to accelerate our growth strategy.”

“FCX is rapidly expanding our field service capabilities nationally adding unique, experienced, and expert resources that can fill our customer’s vital in-plant needs” said Tom Cox, CEO of FCX. “Acquisitions have always been a core part of our growth strategy, and PCI, our third in the last 120 days, is a terrific example of our ability to find great companies, with the best people, that can extend FCX’s unparalleled product and service offering.”

The acquisition of PCI adds over 100 instrument technicians, significantly increasing FCX’s service capabilities nationally while strengthening its portfolio of highly specialized products and services. With the addition of PCI’s 7 service locations, FCX expands its footprint to 37 states. Cox added “We are now one of the largest service and repair organizations for pumps, valves and instrumentation in the country. Combining this with our extensive flow control product distribution and technical capabilities, we offer our customers value that is unmatched in our industry.”



FCX Performance, Inc. acquires RL Stone Inc.

September 7, 2016 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance a leading specialty flow control distributor serving OEMs, EPC’s and end-users across the industrial process, energy and high purity industries, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of RL Stone Inc. Based in Syracuse, NY; RL Stone is a regional distributor of steam specialties and instrumentation serving the process and institutional markets for over 90 years.

We are excited to welcome the dedicated teammates, customers, and vendors of RL Stone to FCX Performance,” said Tom Cox, CEO of FCX. “Lou Betrus, Chris Bove, and their team have built RL Stone to be one of the leading specialty flow control distributors in the Northeast.

The acquisition of RL Stone significantly increases FCX’s presence and capabilities in the Northeast, bringing additional coverage in New York and New England while expanding on our strong vendor partnerships. With the combination of RL Stone FCX expands it’s footprint to 36 offices nationally all staffed with highly technical sales engineers that deliver product expertise to a diverse set of end markets. Cox added, “This is FCX’s second acquisition in 30 days. We are committed to adding value to our customers and vendors by joining forces with the best flow control distributors around the country.”


FCX Performance, Inc. acquires S W Controls Inc.

August 15, 2016 / Columbus, OH

FCX Performance a leading specialty flow control distributor serving OEMs, EPC’s and end-users across the industrial process, energy and high purity industries , announced today that it has completed the acquisition of S W Controls Inc. Based in Farmington Hills, MI, S W Controls is a regional distributor of valves and instrumentation to the process market.

“We are excited to welcome the dedicated teammates, customers, and vendors of S W Controls to FCX Performance,” said Tom Cox, CEO & President of FCX Performance, Inc. “Dan Willson and his team have built a quality organization that is well-recognized by customers and vendors alike. By combining the strengths of the two companies, FCX Performance will be the leading supplier of highly-technical, mission critical flow control products to the Midwestern markets jointly served by both firms.”

The combination of FCX and S W Controls strong vendor relationships; over 400 highly-trained sales, technical support, and service professionals; broad flow/fluid control product offerings; complete lifecycle service offerings; 34 sales and distribution locations with strategically located inventory, make FCX a formidable competitor in the flow control distribution market. Cox further added “that the two companies have very similar cultures that emphasize customer service, vendor relationships, and a focus on providing long-term, career growth opportunities for our team members.”


FCX Performance, Inc. acquires Process Control Services, Inc.

June 15, 2015 / Columbus, OH

Columbus, OH-based FCX Performance, Inc. (“FCX”) announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Process Control Services, Inc. (“PCS”).

Based in Plymouth, MI, PCS provides instrument start-up, repair, installation and calibration services; in-house depot Repair; turnkey PLC programming and control panel fabrication. PCS personnel are located in key FCX markets including Detroit, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Columbus, and Pittsburgh. The company’s testing and calibration operations are ISO 9001-2008 and ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001-2008 certified, while the Plymouth lab is ISO-17025 accredited.

“We welcome the employees and customers of PCS to the FCX family,” said Charles Hale, President and CEO of FCX Performance, Inc. “We are excited to work with PCS to expand their offerings across other FCX markets.” Hale further noted that “the PCS footprint is highly complementary to multiple FCX business geographies covered by approximately 50 outside sales professionals.” Hale also mentioned that “the combination of these businesses will not result in any outside changes and the company’s names will not be changed.” Hale concluded that “PCS fits perfectly with our strategy of buying quality teams that further expand our service and solutions offerings.” “With the support of our majority investor, Harvest Partners, we fully anticipate additional acquisitions in FY 2015.”


FCX Performance, Inc. acquires Corrosion Fluid Products

August 4, 2014 / Columbus, OH

Columbus, OH-based FCX Performance, Inc. (FCX), a leading distributor of process flow control products and value-added services, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Corrosion Fluid Products, Corp. (CFP). Based in Farmington Hills, MI, CFP is a regional distributor of pumps, valves, FRP fiberglass and specialty lined pipe, hose, and fittings to the process markets from eight branch distribution centers located across the Midwest.

“We are excited to welcome the dedicated employees, customers, and vendors of Corrosion Fluid Products to FCX Performance,” said Charles D. Hale, President of FCX Performance, Inc. “Joe Andronaco and his staff have built a quality organization that is well-recognized by customers and vendors alike. By combining the strengths of FCX and CFP, FCX Performance will be the leading supplier of highly-technical, mission critical flow control products to the Midwestern markets jointly served by both companies.”

The combination of FCX and CFP’s strong vendor relationships; over 400 highly-trained sales, technical support, and service and repair professionals; broad flow/fluid control product offerings; complete lifecycle service offerings; 33 sales and distribution locations and strategically located inventory, make FCX a formidable competitor in the flow control distribution market. Hale further added “that the two companies have very similar cultures that emphasize customer service, vendor relationships, and a focus on providing long-term, career growth opportunities for our associates.”


About FCX Performance, Inc.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, FCX is a leading distributor of specialty process flow control products and services. The company provides technical, mission-critical products and value-added services to more than 20,000 end users, original equipment manufacturers, and engineering and construction firms across the process, oil and gas, power, high purity, and municipal and commercial markets. FCX is known for its technical and application expertise as well its ability to offer a full range of products and services to its customers. Formed in 1999 and with predecessor company histories dating back to the early 1900s, the company has grown to 34 locations serving 36 states and more than 500 employees. FCX has completed 18 strategic acquisitions since inception, including six transactions completed since December 2012. For more information, please visit www.fcxperformance.com.

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