Anderson Corporation has recently announced their plans to build a new manufacturing campus in Arizona. They plan to invest more than $105 million, and create more than 412 jobs for the first phase of this project.

In recent years, the company has seen a lot of growth surrounding their Fibrex engineered composite products, including its Andersen® 100 Series and Renewal by Andersen® products. The new expansion is part of Anderson Corp’s plan to invest in a growing demand for Fibrex material-based products.

“This new manufacturing campus is an exciting opportunity for us to increase manufacturing and distribution capacity for our fast-growing Fibrex products and expand our presence in the western United States where we are experiencing significant growth,” says Andersen Corporation Chairman and CEO Jay Lund. “We are grateful for the support of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the City of Goodyear, Maricopa County and Greater Phoenix Economic Council and we look forward to working closely with these partners and tapping into a robust local workforce to build a world-class manufacturing operation in the region.”

“We’re thrilled that Andersen has chosen Arizona for this significant expansion which will create over four hundred new jobs,” adds Arizona Governor Doug Ducey. “We wish them even greater success in Arizona.”

The new campus will include about 500,000 square feet of manufacturing and distribution space. The first construction phase is set to begin early in 2019, with hopes of being fully operational by the middle of 2020.

The company expects to invest at least $200 million into the project.

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  1. For Andersen Windows it will be a perfect marketing campaign.

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