Wellborn Cabinet plans Made-in-U.S.A. rough mill expansion

Wellborn Cabinet has completed the construction of a 300 x 350 foot (105,000 square feet) rough mill lumber processing facility located at the Ashland, Alabama, plant. This addition allows for Wellborn Cabinet to effectively double the capacity of the current rough milling process.

The concrete used to build the flooring and walls was made on site. The machinery used to help erect and construct the building were all machinery partners who are committed to being Made in U.S.A. The steel structure and light bulbs were all from American-made manufacturers.

The new rough mill will use all American-made lumber processing equipment and conveyors. Planer mills, rip systems, and saws are all made by American equipment manufacturers.

See http://wellborn.com


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