Third Bench consolidates operations and reduces expenses
September 19, 2022 | 12:35 pm CDT

NEW YORK -- In an effort to reduce costs and improve efficiency, New America Energy Corp., and its operating subsidiary, Third Bench Holdings LLC, consolidated its Las Cruces Cabinets (LCC) subsidiary in Las Cruces, N.M.

Third Bench Holdings is an FDMC300 company, ranking 221 in 2022 with annual sales of $24 million.

The LCC operation focuses on residential projects, focusing on selling and installing kitchen and bath cabinets in Southern New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. LCC has historically been focused on delivering a turnkey solution for builders and remodelers in the region.

LCC has recently consolidated the Showroom and the Warehouse into one location. Previously the two were housed in separate buildings. According to David Fair, CEO of the Company, "It was becoming increasingly apparent that we could operate much more efficiently with everyone under one roof. We are very excited about the increased synergies of having our entire Las Cruces team in the same location every day, sharing ideas, and growing the business."

The consolidation, the company said, should result in total savings of at least $300,000 per year.

As Southern New Mexico continues to grow and the economy remains very robust, LCC is positioned to grow along with the region, as well as being poised to capture additional market share with an increased focus on the builder and professional remodeler network in the area.

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