Sauder adds 50 jobs as demand for ready-to-assemble furniture spikes
Sauder RTA furniture

NEW HAVEN, Ind. - Sauder Woodworking will lease a new 100,000-square-foot facility in Indiana, allowing the company to boost production and hire 50 workers.

The move will also give Sauder access to a different workforce. The company said it is unable to find more workers in its hometown of Archbold, Ohio, where it employs around 2,200.

Sauder says demand for its ready-to-assemble furniture spiked during the pandemic and is continuing to rise. The company believes demand will stay strong even after the pandemic subsides.

Sauder ranks number 20 on the FDMC 300, making it one of the largest woodworking companies in North America. The company operates eight manufacturing plants and employs more than 2,500 workers.


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