Tru Cabinetry personnel manager puts on full court press following expansion
July 8, 2016 | 5:43 pm CDT
ASHLAND, Ala. – Tru Cabinetry, a brand of Tru-Wood Cabinet Company, will add production capacity this August, says Butch Reimer, president.
The capacity will come through the addition of a second shift finishing operation, new CNC machining center and various other positions totalling 46 new employees.
Tru Cabinetry, a brand of Tru-wood Cabinet Company, LLC, says it is a rapidly growing manufacturer of high-quality cabinetry with roots in the Stock, Semi-Custom and Severe-Use markets since 1990. Tru Cabinetry currently employs 190, and operates three sites encompassing over 370,000 square feet in manufacturing space, a distribution center and trucking company dedicated to the Tru Cabinetry brand.
Reimer says the addition of jobs will initially increase capacity by 20 percent once operational, driven by rising demand for its semi-custom cabinet line throughout the country. Job openings include Area Manager, Engineering Specialist, Maintenance, Finishers and all production pay grades.

“The substantial gains we have made in the market reflect the focus we have placed on refreshing our product line and delivering on the expectations our customer’s demand," says Reimer. " Our team has shown extraordinary focus and determination over the last three years to become a highly respected cabinetry provider.”

Those interested can apply in person at 41778 Hwy 77 North, Ashland, Alabama, or send a resume to [email protected].
Reach personnel manager Eric Reed at 256-354-3378.

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