GOODYEAR, Ariz. – Window and door producer Andersen Corporation invests $one hundred and five million to build a 500,000 rectangular foot manufacturing campus in Goodyear, Arizona. Andersen held a groundbreaking rite for its most recent production and distribution facility. It expects to create more than 415 jobs at some point in the primary section of its enlargement.
Andersen’s Goodyear facility will manufacture Andersen 100 Series merchandise, one of its most famous inventory, made from Fibrex timber composite. The material carries a blend of wood fiber, reclaimed from Andersen production tactics, and thermoplastic polymer, likewise recycled. Andersen says its extraordinary Fibrex-engineered composite has garnered over 25 United States patents.
Better material utilized in numerous Andersen and Renewal with the aid of Andersen product strains. The growth is a part of Andersen’s approach to boom potential to support the call for and make its presence bigger inside the western United States. Andersen anticipates a capability overall investment of at least $ 100 million via future campus expansion. It could be owned and operated with the aid of Andersen Regional Manufacturing, Inc., a subsidiary of Andersen Corporation, and is expected to be operational in early 2020.
Business, government, and network leaders such as Andersen Chairman and CEO Jay Lund, Goodyear Mayor Georgia Lord, Arizona Commerce Authority Senior Vice President of Economic and Rural Development Keith Watkins, and Greater Phoenix Economic Council President and CEO Chris Camacho venerated the event with a ceremonial groundbreaking.
Our imagination and prescient is to make the sector a better place by living up to the promise that everybody advantages from their association with Andersen – our personnel, clients, distribution partners, suppliers, shareholders, and the communities wherein we live and work, which now consists of Goodyear, Arizona,” said Jay Lund.
We are thankful for the many allies working with us as we embark on this essential growth of our commercial enterprise. Andersen was founded in 1903 by Danish immigrant Hans Andersen and his family in Hudson, Wisconsin, wherein logs arrived via the St. Croix River. Today, situated in Bayport, Minnesota, Andersen Corporation and its subsidiaries manufacture and marketplace window and door products globally. Andersen, a privately held employer, employs more than eight 000 people with manufacturing sites in North America and Europe.