Sherrill Furniture invests nearly $3 million on production facility
December 6, 2021 | 11:59 am CST
Sherrill Furniture expands facility

Sherrill Furniture plans to invest $2.9 million to open a new production facility in Conover, N.C.

RALEIGH, N.C. – Sherrill Furniture, a high-end furniture manufacturer, plans to invest $2.9 million to open a new custom upholstery production facility in Conover, N.C.

“The furniture capital of the world is growing,” said Governor Cooper, in a Dec. 3 announcement. “North Carolina companies like Sherrill Furniture understand the advantages of doing business in our state and we’re grateful for their contributions to our communities and our economy."

Founded in Catawba County in 1945, Sherrill Furniture Co. has maintained its legacy of manufacturing high-quality custom furniture in America for more than 75 years. The company’s custom upholstery and casegoods portfolio includes nine furniture brands for retailers and interior designers in all 50 states. Under the management of Charles Sherrill, a third-generation owner, Sherrill Furniture’s expansion will add a fifth production facility, and 140,000SF, to its roster of upholstery and woodworking plants.

“Backlogs within the furniture industry are at an all-time high,” said Thad Monroe, President of Sherrill Furniture Company. “We are 100% focused on substantially reducing lead times for our customers and are willing to invest heavily to more quickly fulfill orders of our USA-made products. We appreciate the support and partnership we have received at the state and local levels to ensure this same goal.”

A performance-based grant of $150,000 from the One North Carolina Fund will help with Sherrill Furniture’s expansion in North Carolina.

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