RHINO Steel Building Systems, Inc., a leader in the metal building industry, celebrated 14 years in the prefab metal building industry on October 30. The Denton-based company has quickly risen in reputation and in sales since its founding in 1998 to become a premiere building brand for industrial and commercial low-rise building projects, as well as personal-use storage and metal buildings.
Bruce Brown, CEO and founder of RHINO Steel Building Systems, reports over 42% of the company's new orders in the last twelve months were either returning RHINO customers or new clients referred to the company by loyal RHINO buyers.
The company's unfailing commitment to meeting and exceeding their customers' needs has led to phenomenal growth, even during an earlier downturned economy. "We believe this is only the beginning for RHINO," says Brown. "We envision an even greater success for the coming years, as we continue to build on our reputation for competitively priced, value-added metal buildings and service which is second-to-none." RHINO is proud to have earned a coveted A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
In 2012 RHINO shipped its largest metal building to date. The 255' x 500' manufacturing plant was shipped to Mexico. The 42'-high building kit required 30 trucks for delivery and included over 400 skylights and standing seam steel roofing.
Most recently, the company unveiled its new website at http://www.rhinobldg.com. The updated site focuses on improved navigation, extended content, and frequently updated information. Designed by Produce Results, a marketing firm also based in Denton, the RHINO Web site represents months of careful planning and execution. An ever-expanding photo gallery and in-depth blog articles are just two of the innovative features designed to entertain and inform readers.