Millwork and door firm Dyke invests $13 million in new Indiana plant
July 20, 2021 | 2:03 pm CDT
Dyke doors facility

Dyke's Nashville facility.

WEST HARRISON, Ind. - Millwork distributor and manufacturer Dyke Industries has broken ground on a new manufacturing plant in Southeast Indiana. The facility will create more than 50 jobs by 2024.

Arkansas-based Dyke invested $13 million to establish the facility, which will feature high-speed interior and exterior door manufacturing lines. The plant will support an existing facility in Cincinnati. 

"Indiana was a strategic decision made based on multiple factors including tax incentives, available land and labor pool coupled with the ability for future expansion into markets we do not currently serve today,” said Pat Doyle, general manager for Dyke Industries Inc.'s regional location.

Dyke will receive up to $400,000 in conditional tax credits from the state.

The plant should be ready for operation by mid-2022.

Dyke operates 15 distribution outlets that serve 18 states. Learn more here: https://dykedoors.com/about-us 

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