Chromcraft debuts McKenzie modular seating, made in USA
September 24, 2021 | 3:01 pm CDT
Chromcraft-McKenzie & Co.

SARDIS, MS - Chromcraft has begun shipments of its new McKenzie & Co. modular upholstered seating, which the company said is manufactured domestically from its facility in Sardis, Mississippi.

"We’re bringing back every product we can possibly manufacturer to the U.S.,” David Urbanick, vice president of sales told Furniture Today.

The new line includes chair, sectional and table pieces which can be grouped into a variety of configurations.

“I feel modular is becoming a very strong product category, and we’re going to be at the forefront,” he added. “It provides the customer flexibility, comfort and fashion. It’s great for family, game or movie night configured to your heart’s desire.”

Chromcraft purchased the 375,000-square-foot manufacturing and distribution facility in 2017.

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