In partnership with Greenbriar Children's Center and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire, Ashley has donated more than $15,000 in spring-inspired furniture and accessories to two local, Savannah-based emergency shelters that serve both children and their families.
Nearly 16,000 children in need will have new, warm and comfortable beds to sleep in this year because of the Ashley’s Hope to Dream program.
The more than 1,700 employees at Ashley Furniture Industries Inc.’s massive production complex in Advance, N.C., now have an on-campus healthcare clinic.
TOLLESON, Ariz. – As part of a $1.5 billion investment plan, Ashley Furniture Industries is expanding its furniture manufacturing operations to Tolleson, Arizona, a city in the greater Phoenix area. The company has leased a 225,000-square-foot facility and manufacturing is expected later this month. The company plans to hire more than 200 workers and has begun the hiring process.
ARCADIA, Wis.— Ashley Furniture Industries earned a distinguished performer award in the Sustainability category from the global firm of Deloitte, which recognized Ashley as a “green” corporation that balances economic growth, social equity, and environmental management. Ashley also ranked No. 7 on Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75 listing of the 75 largest private companies in Wisconsin, based on sales revenue.
ARCADIA, Wis. -- For the 31st year, the Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce (WMC) chamber has awarded nine companies with the Wisconsin Business Friend of the Environment Award. Amongst the 9 winners was Ashley Furniture Industries in Arcadia, Wis. The company was one of three firms to be named in the Environmental Stewardship category. This year’s winners have been chosen for programs that demonstrate an innovative approach to environmental protection, or a level of effort beyond that which is required by regulatory compliance.
The STEP Ahead Award recognizes women for excellence in manufacturing.
The world's largest furniture manufacturer has officially opened its 127,000-square-foot upholstered furniture manufacturing plant in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.