Laminations company establishes 57,000-square-foot-facility

ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. – A laminations company will soon establish a facility in Roanoke County, Va., bringing 44 jobs to the area.

Gov. Glenn Youngkin made the announcement on Sept. 20, saying North American Specialty Laminations (NASL) selected Virginia for its mid-Atlantic operation. The company will invest $2 million in the 57,000-square-foot facility.

Founded in 1999, NASL manufactures profile wraps and specialty products for the window, door, cabinet, furniture and architectural millwork industries.

“North American Specialty Laminations’ decision to establish its mid-Atlantic operation in Roanoke County reinforces the many advantages leading manufacturers can find in Virginia,” said Youngkin. “Advanced manufacturing companies are a strong cluster in the region, which offers the skilled workforce and higher education connections to guarantee a robust talent pipeline for the future. We look forward to supporting NASL as they ramp up in the Commonwealth.”


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