Genesis Products celebrates its 20th anniversary at IWF 2022
Genesis continues growth DB

Genesis Products is celebrating 20 years of expansion and growth at IWF Atlanta.

Genesis Products 20 year anniversary logo ELKHART, Ind. -- Genesis Products Inc., a privately-held components manufacturer of OEM laminated panels, wood components, and custom-moulded solutions, will celebrate its 20th Anniversary at the IWF Show in Atlanta, Booth BC935 on August 23 from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.

Business partners are welcome to join a cocktail and appetizer event where CEO Jon Wenger will provide an update on the business, company milestones over 20 years and growing trends.

Just some of Genesis’ impressive 20-year milestones include:

  • With approximately 1,200 employees, Genesis operates a total of nine plants in Elkhart County, Ind., Fort Wayne, Ind., and Keysville, Va.
  • The company broke ground on Plant 10 in March 2022, with completion expected by the end of the year. The addition of Plant 10 will greatly contribute to capacity.
  • Genesis has the distinction this year of ranking #34 on the FDMC 300, a list of the largest wood products producers in North America. Up from #38 last year. 
  • Genesis is also a new face in residential cabinet doors with premium styles and components now underway. The initial offering includes five-piece doors in mitered, cope and stick, and cap and dowel construction, as well as thermofoil and contemporary slab doors. Multiple profiles offer residential looks from traditional to trending. 
  • In the past few years Genesis has been at the forefront of elevating interior style for the RV market, with curved European-style cabinet doors and solid-surface countertops.

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