MobilityWorks acquires ParaQuad Mobility and Absolute Mobility

MobilityWorks, the nation’s largest retailer of wheelchair-accessible vehicles and mobility equipment, has acquired ParaQuad Mobility in Utah and Absolute Mobility in Washington, expanding its presence in the western United States.

The company aims to provide more mobility solutions and services to clients in the Pacific Northwest and Salt Lake City regions, who will benefit from its wide selection of accessible vehicles and adaptive equipment.

The acquisitions are part of MobilityWorks’ mission to improve the lives of those with mobility challenges and offer them mobility, independence and personal freedom. The transition will be smooth for existing clients of ParaQuad Mobility and Absolute Mobility, as MobilityWorks will uphold their high standards of service and quality.

“We are thrilled to welcome the ParaQuad Mobility and Absolute Mobility teams into the MobilityWorks family. Both companies share our dedication to improving the lives of those with mobility challenges, and this expansion allows us to better serve clients in areas that were previously out of our reach,” said Eric Mansfield, President and Chief Operating Officer of MobilityWorks.

MobilityWorks is the nation’s largest retailer of wheelchair-accessible vehicles, mobility equipment and services. MobilityWorks is a portfolio company of Flexpoint Ford, a private equity firm that specializes in investments in the healthcare and financial services industries.

MobilityWorks Commercial is the largest provider of commercial wheelchair vans in the country. MobilityWorks and manufacturer Driverge Vehicle Innovations together make up WMK, LLC, established in 1997 and recognized on the Inc. 500|5000 list of Inc. Magazine’s fastest-growing privately held companies, as well as Newsweek’s list of America’s Greatest Workplaces.

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