Established in 1947, Diamond Fare collection systems began their ride and making their mark on the transit industry. Mainly collecting tokens and coins, the original round units are what gave Diamond Manufacturing its start into the transit industry and would lead into the company it is today. In 1972, after 25 years of producing fare boxes, Diamond Manufacturing was purchased by the Cull family who till this day still own and operate the company, producing over a dozen styles of fare boxes for every need of the transit system. Even today when you call Diamond, you will still be talking to a Cull family member as three generations of family still work to provide great products not only for the transit industry but as well as architectural products made from Urethane for new construction and remodeling industries. We also work with plastic fabrication by the means of vacuum forming materials such as ABS, PETG, Kydex, and Acrylic.
Diamond currently offers seven different models of fareboxes and three standard sizes of donation boxes. Our fareboxes come in two distinct styles; rectangular and round. The major difference between the two styles is the type of currency accepted. The older round style design accepts only coins and tokens and is not recommended for bills. The rectangular models were designed specifically to accept both coins and bills.
Diamond urethane products are superior in quality and performance. They are made from the finest pure materials and manufactured to exacting standards. Here at Diamond we bend PVC and Urethane materials for decks, flower pots, trellis, benches, sidewalks, facial panels, fences, and boat docks. We can bend up to 20 foot deck boards at a time. Call us today to update your outdoor living style!