crafting a better music experience
In 2017, United Record Pressing moved their manufacturing operation into an expanded facility. This fact is notable for two reasons.
First, the market for vinyl music continues its rebirth from technological cast-off to old-is-better, vintage icon.
Second, United Records continues its trajectory of success based on best-practice business management. Indeed, the new facility is designed around their finely tuned manufacturing processes—a symphony of old-school, new-tech artistry that CEO and owner Mark Michaels has perfected over the years.
For Michaels, the magic began not when he purchased the bankrupt company in the ‘90s but two decades prior when he discovered his love of music. In the 1970s, Michaels would tag along with his mother to small blues clubs to catch the likes of Muddy Waters, Corky Siegel, and Duke Tumatoe.