About Farris

Farris has grown over the past 40 years into one of the Carolina's leading fabrication and finishing shops.

Farris has grown over the past 40 years into one of the leading fabrication and finishing facilities in the United States. With 200,000 square feet at three locations and over 230 employees, Farris is able to provide exceptional customer service, state-of-the art manufacturing and superior quality.

Farris operates in three different locations.

  • Farris Corporate Offices
    Farris Fab & Machine, Inc:
  • 1006 West Academy St. Cherryville, NC 28021
  • 704.629-4879
  • Farris Fab & Machine – Paint
  • 520 Bess Town Rd. Bessemer City, NC 28016
  • 704.629.4879
  • Farris Fab & Machine – Assembly, Kitting, Warehousing
  • 1228 Isley Dr. Suite 400 Gastonia, NC 28052
  • 704.629.4879

Farris is an ISO 9001 : 2015 certified company.

Farris is an ISO 9001:2015 Certified Fabrication Shop

Farris is dedicated to achieving the highest quality and best value possible by maintaining a work environment that encourages employee empowerment and aggressive continual improvement. Our quality team is responsible for making sure that every aspect of a project exceeds our customers’ expectations.

Farris Quality Statement

At Farris Fab and Machine, it is our goal to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations for quality, cost and delivery through continuous improvement and to achieve our annual quality objectives.

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Farris Manufactures Parts for a Wide Range of Industries

Longstanding relationships with reputable suppliers and our lean manufacturing processes allows us to provide the best value and the highest quality products for our industrial-sector clients. Recent expansion into different segments ensures that we are a well diversified and financially-sound company of excellence.

Farris manufactures parts for a wide range of manufacturing industries.

Industries We've Served for 40+ Years

And we don't stop there. Farris has the expertise, equipment, and capabilities to handle almost any fabrication project.

Utility

Utilities

Material Handling

Material Handling

Automotive

Automotive

Energy

Energy

Construction Machinery

Construction Machinery

HVAC

HVAC

Appliances

Appliance

Medical

Medical

Retail

Retail

Transportation

Transportation

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