Shortly after expanding operations in Scranton, Pennsylvania, and purchasing a 44-acre parcel in Mansfield, Texas, Crystal Window & Door Systems is at it again—this time in North Carolina. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced last week that the company will locate a manufacturing center in Johnston County, creating 501 jobs. He says the company will invest $83.6 million in Selma.

“More great manufacturing jobs are coming to Johnston County and North Carolina, the number one state for business in the country,” said Governor Cooper. “Our state’s skilled workforce, paired with North Carolina’s world-class transportation network and favorable business climate, make for a winning combination every time.”

Headquartered in Flushing, New York, Crystal Window & Door Systems operates a national network of factories, branches, subsidiaries, and affiliates in California, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas. The company’s new manufacturing operation in Selma will specialize in aluminum and vinyl extrusion and door and window fabrication, with in-house finishing capabilities such as powder coating.

“Crystal Windows started in 1990 from my dream of building my own business,” said Thomas Chen, chairperson and founder. “With hard work and perseverance Crystal is now a national manufacturer that continues to grow. Our expansion to North Carolina is a terrific next phase of that growth.”

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