ALPENA, MI - Panel Processing, Inc., headquartered in Alpena, MI, has purchased the assets of Thermo Pressed Laminates, Inc. (TPL) located in Klamath Falls, Oregon. TPL is a leader in low pressure and high pressure laminating with component fabrication abilities. The acquisition will augment the existing Panel Processing, Inc. wood components and fabrication business. The Klamath Falls, Oregon location will give Panel Processing, Inc. the ability to better service the West Coast.
The company will be a subsidiary of Panel Processing Inc., which has been in business for more than 40 years. Panel Processing Inc. has evolved from a small pegboard manufacturer into a leading custom flat panel fabricator and coating specialist. PPI and its subsidiaries serve a variety of markets direct and through distribution including retail fixture, P.O.P. display, packaging, furniture, toy and game, digital print signage, cabinets, etc.
Panel Processing is proud to be an employee-owned (ESOP) company.
About Panel Processing, Inc
The 40-year legacy of Panel Processing, Inc., a company built on pegboard, has grown into the nation’s leading custom panel fabrication and coating specialist. Six locations across the nation offer customers the capacity to turn around high-volume runs in a timely manner. Panel and its subsidiaries, Holland Panel Products and Alabama Inter-Forest, serve many markets such as retail fixture, P.O.P. display, packaging, furniture, toy and game, digital print signage, cabinets, and many more. Utilizing thin or thick HDF, MDF, hardboard, particleboard, plywood, thermalfused melamine, melamine coated paper and vinyl laminates, and/or lightweight core panels, Panel employs the latest CNC machines and equipment for boring, cutting, drilling, edge machining, edge banding – both straight line and contour, edge foiling, laminating, curtain coating paint finishes, roll coat finishes, and woodgrain printing. Panel’s in-house paint company can match any color including custom color matched or clear UV finishes with a UV top coat. Each job is custom created to fit customer specifications. Panel also functions as an outsourcing partner to allow customers the extra capacity necessary to bid a job. More information can be found at www.panel.com.
Source: Panel Processing Inc.
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