Genesis Products celebrates its 20th anniversary at IWF 2022
August 4, 2022 | 11:17 am CDT
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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