American Hardwoods Inc. has announced a new website, www.ncwoodjobs.com, for those seeking employment at the wood product manufacturing company located at 192 Industrial Blvd in Mocksville. The company has future openings in the manufacturing plant as well as openings in sales and administration.
For best results, applicants are encouraged to complete the application online to ensure fastest delivery to staffing decision makers at the company.
Wholesale Flooring Outlet Now Open
Since reopening the plant a little over a year ago the company has made great strides after an initial period of evaluation and strategic planning. Effective immediately, the company has opened a wholesale flooring outlet for local neighbors as well as the professional trade regionally.
The company has been fortunate this year to ship high quality hardwood flooring to virtually every state and 4 other countries from the Mocksville plant and through their National Flooring Distributors company in Louisville, KY. “We expect Made in America, Made in Davie County, and Made in Mocksville, NC to continue to be in high demand over the coming years” said Lee Harmeling, owner of American Hardwoods, Inc.
Betting on the Future in Mocksville, NC
Lee Harmeling, the owner of American Hardwoods and National Flooring Distributors is confident that the US economy will rebound. “Domestic manufacturing capacity for wood flooring has been shrinking for several years due to the slow-down in construction. As the economy turns around, the production capacity of the Mocksville plant will help provide a competitive advantage to our customers through lower prices and reliable availability of flooring, architectural trim and other manufactured wood products.”
A Skilled and Talented Local Workforce Makes Davie County a Natural for Manufacturing Operations
The rich manufacturing heritage of the Piedmont region of North Carolina means that there is a substantial supply of local manufacturing talent and experience. National Flooring Distributors will benefit from this skilled and experienced workforce as production ramps up at the Mocksville plant.
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