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September 28, 2018
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Andersen Corp. Plans to Build Manufacturing Campus in Arizona

Window & Door

Andersen Corp. is working with the state of Arizona and the city of Goodyear to build a new manufacturing and distribution campus.

This expansion is part of the company’s strategy to make significant investments to meet current and future demand for its Fibrex material-based products, the company reports. Andersen plans to invest more than $105 million and create more than 415 jobs during the first phase of this expansion.

“This new manufacturing campus is an exciting opportunity for us to increase manufacturing and distribution capacity for our fast-growing Fibrex products and expand our presence in the Western United States where we are experiencing significant growth,” says Jay Lund, chairman and CEO, Andersen Corp. “We are grateful for the support of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the city of Goodyear, Maricopa County and Greater Phoenix Economic Council and we look forward to working closely with these partners and tapping into a robust local workforce to build a world-class manufacturing operation in the region.”

The proposed campus will initially include approximately 500,000 square feet of manufacturing and distribution space for Andersen’s 100 Series product line. The first phase of construction is expected to begin in early 2019, with anticipated operation by the middle of 2020. The campus will be owned and operated by Andersen Regional Manufacturing Inc., a subsidiary of Andersen Corp.

The company anticipates potential total investment of at least $200 million through additional future expansion of the campus.

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