Woodgrain Millwork headquarters in Fruitland, ID. RALEIGH, NC – Woodgrain Millwork, manufacturer of of mouldings as well as windows and doors, announced it plans to expand production to Caldwell County, NC, creating approximately 170 new jobs. Woodgrain Millwork, with 29 production operations around the world, says it will invest more than $8 million over the next five years in North Carolina.
”The decision to open a facility in Caldwell County was based on the access to a workforce with wood manufacturing experience from the furniture industry as well as the strategic location within our southeast distribution coverage area,” said Kelly Dame, CEO of Woodgrain Millwork, Inc. “The expansion of Woodgrain Millwork with this state-of-the-art facility is a direct result of our partnership with the various North Carolina state agencies."
Woodgrain Millwork currently employs more than 180 people at existing facilities in North Carolina.
The project was made possible in part by a $635,000 grant from the One North Carolina Fund. That funding facility also supported an expansions by Stanley Furniture and by Ashley Furniture, both announced earlier this year.
Privately held Woodgrain Millwork is headquartered in Fruitland, ID. In 2007, it acquired Monarch Windows & Doors, and now has five divisions and more than 29 manufacturing and warehouse sites in the United States and South America.