Our president and CEO Dirck Schou’s belief in retaining commercial dinnerware manufacturing skills in America led to the purchase and relocation of HF Coors from Los Angeles to Tucson, his native home, in 2003.
Many of the few US commercial dinnerware manufacturers still standing at that time have since closed or chosen to manufacture in China or other overseas countries. Dirck has invested in land, buildings, plant, equipment, and developed people in Tucson. He and his associates have worked tirelessly to create a product line that is seen by the food service industry, private labelers, and the end consumer as offering a very good value for the money, and is an excellent alternative to products made overseas.
Once you have reviewed the beautifully crafted plates, dishes, cups, mugs, bowls, trays, platters, baking dishes, salt and pepper sets, sugar bowls, creamers, ramekins, and other kitchenware, pantry-ware, and chefsware™ in the HF Coors website, you will begin to believe. You must actually see, hold, touch, and use to truly BELIEVE. Thank you for checking out HF Coors dinnerware!
Delivering American-Made Dinnerware Since 1925.
HF Coors manufactures and sells dinnerware including plates, dishes, cups, mugs, bowls, trays, platters, baking dishes, salt and pepper sets, sugar bowls, creamers, ramekins, other kitchen ware, and tableware pieces from our factory in Tucson, Arizona. Our dinnerware is made 100% in the USA. We mix our own high strength clay “from the powder up”. We make our own colors and glazes “from the powder up”. HF Coors creates its own master molds, production molds, operation processes, and equipment. Our artisans design, make, hand finish, glaze, hand paint, and high fire all of our dinnerware.
We sell in the fifty United States, and occasionally internationally when possible. Our labor is American and our materials and supplies are 95%+ American. Some of our equipment was made in England and Germany. Our products are fired to 2,330° F and are lead-free and cadmium-free. Our high strength clay is specially made to meet the rigorous demands of the food service industry. All of HF Coors' pieces pass and surpass government standards and CA PROP 65 for food service dinnerware and accessories. HF Coors' plates, dishes, cups, mugs, bowls, trays, platters, baking dishes, salt and pepper sets, sugar bowls, creamers, ramekins, and other kitchenware, pantryware, and tableware pieces are renowned for being available to the public as well. Our products are available in restaurant white as well as in a huge variety of bright colors with decals applied or hand-painted. HF Coors’ special niche is a unique capability to customize shape, color, and design for commercial customers. We offer our restaurant dinnerware catalog at https://hfcoors.com/restaurant-dinnerware/.
Government work: HF Coors was awarded our first GSA contract in 1999. Currently we have government multiple award schedule contracts: NAICS Codes: 322211, 327110, 327111, 327112, 423220, 423840, 424130, 453220. We are a certified HubZone and Service Disabled Veteran-owned company. Our DUNS number is 613146570.
Our Staff: Our two partners have more than 75 combined years of experience manufacturing ceramics in the United States and England. Our employees are composed of core workers, some with more than 40 years of experience in the industry and with the company, and some less experienced, company-trained people. We have used E-verify since it was mandated by the State of Arizona.
Equipment and resources: HF Coors owns its 32,000 sq. ft. building located on 3.5 acres in central Tucson, Arizona. Our 200 foot long gas-fired tunnel kiln is one of the most efficient and flexible in the world. Our clays, raw minerals, oxides, cartons, decals, and other materials and supplies are 95% Made in America. Our in-house designers, modelers, and tool makers are backed up by our network of American contractors as needed.
Where you find us:
Our entire operation (manufacturing plant, offices, and store at the Factory) are located in Tucson, Arizona USA on Cherrybell Stravenue, South of 22nd street, across from Tucson’s main Post Office. We are 15 minutes from the airport and ten minutes from the Ajo/Kino I-10 exit.