Sheboygan Falls, Wis. - Wind Mill Slatwall Products, headquartered in Sheboygan Falls, WI has expanded its capability of manufacturing slatwall, panels and component parts to serve the western United States. With a focus on making Anchor™ Core slatwall, this provides west region customers a new opportunity to order the latest and best core available. Anchor™ Core, produced by Boise Cascade, has been specifically engineered for slatwall and offers customers the outstanding performance value of being 50% stronger than slatwall made with standard MDF.
With this new capability, Wind Mill is now positioned to serve the many customers based in the west, including the markets of Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Las Vegas and others by offering a manufacturing point for product out of the Seattle, WA area.
Customers located in the west region who would like to work with Wind Mill can simply call the Wind Mill Sales Coordination team based in Wisconsin to discuss their project. Wind Mill will coordinate the manufacturing process and have the order produced and shipped from the Seattle location.
“Our new manufacturing point is a strategic and important addition to Wind Mill’s capability,” states Mark Radtke, Executive Vice President of the company. “We’ve had so many customers who want to do business with us…… and the only thing holding them back has been the high cost of freight between our Wisconsin facility and the states located west of the Rocky Mountains. We now can deliver on that request and bring those customers the product line, quality and exceptional customer service and support that Wind Mill has become so well known for throughout the retail display industry.”
Wind Mill’s arrangement with Boise Cascade to sell and market the Anchor™ Core slatwall provides a very nice opportunity for west region customers to now acquire this product and experience the great value it offers, as an alternative to MDF…..especially as the MDF marketplace becomes tighter.
Source: Wind Mill Slatwall Products
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