Scott Korsten, a founding partner and currently the director of marketing services, will retire at the end of December 2020 after nearly 40 years in the kitchen and bath industry.
Customers are contacting them and pushing back their delivery dates due to the uncertainty.
In August 2015, the state announced Wayzata intended to invest $12.5 million to buy and refurbish the former Visteon plant.
The transaction was finalized on November 8 and will ensure the ongoing manufacturing and marketing of the cabinets that have established Fabritec’s reputation for quality going back more than 30 years.
Metropolitan has continued to expand its manufacturing capabilities and facilities over the past 14 years and doubled its factory size in 2017.
Separating solid wood and panel processing, and finishing individual components helped boost efficiency.
Heritage, American Woodmark, ACProducts headline industry changes in FDMC 300.
Sawmill operator has added cabinet shop, signmaking and retail operation to its core business to find the right combination for success.