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Nordfab announces $5.5 million expansion project

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Nordfab announced it will invest more than $5.5 million to expand its ductwork manufacturing operation in Thomasville, N.C. and create approximately 25 additional jobs.

Expansion of the Thomasville location will increase Nordfab Americas manufacturing footprint to 180,000 sq. ft. of production and warehouse space. Included in the project with the additional product storage / production space are a rooftop solar array and additional material handling automation, the company said.

“This expansion project helps us to meet our goals of becoming the Davidson County Employer of Choice and to launch our Nordfab Now program. When implemented, the Nordfab Now program will allow next day shipment of standard ductwork in dust collection systems designed using our award-winning installation design software, Quick-Fit Visual,” Erik Olshall, president of Nordfab Americas, said in a statement.

For more, visit nordfab.com.

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