Northwest Hardwoods relocates headquarters
April 18, 2022 | 5:34 pm CDT

FRISCO, Texas – Northwest Hardwoods relocated its head office from Tacoma, Washington, to Frisco, Texas.

The creation of a centralized head office where functions are co-located will better position the company for long-term success as they continue to serve as the industry leader, said NWH's CEO Nathan Jeppson. "This is an important move for our company as we position for long term growth, and increasingly focus on delivering a world-class customer experience,” he said. 

This relocation is focused on NWH’s corporate and functional teams, with commercial teams, resource and lumber buyers and all those who need to be in local markets across the globe unaffected. There will also be no impact on the company’s manufacturing footprint. In the near term, the company’s offices in Beachwood, Ohio, and Tacoma will remain open. 

In the newly completed, 19,000-square-foot space, NWH will showcase product from several customers including our solid wood board room table and three additional conference tables from GAT Creek (Berkeley Springs, West Virginia), one conference table from Kirk Kreations (Tulsa, Oklahoma.) and hardwood flooring from Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods (Canfield, Ohio). This space will have increased efficiencies and collaboration, which will improve the quality and service levels and enhance the communication and connectivity the market can expect from Northwest Hardwoods.

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