Master WoodCraft expands cabinet production
August 31, 2017 | 4:58 pm CDT
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MARSHALL, Texas - Master WoodCraft Cabinetry is finishing up a $2 million expansion that the cabinet manufacturer said will increase capacity by 15 percent and add 35 jobs.

"Business is very good. We're doing this to meet our customers' needs," COO Mark Trexler told local media.

The expansion will add a third production line at the company's main facility in Marshall, Texas. Also planned is an additional parts department and shipping area.

Master WoodCraft Cabinetry also has two production lines at a facility in Jefferson, Texas.

The Marshall Economic Development Corporation is providing a $75,000 incentive to assist the company.

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