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Marvin Plans Kansas City, Kansas, Production Operations

Marvin, a manufacturer of windows and doors, plans to establish operations in Kansas City, Kansas. The $76.5 million project is expected to create approximately 100 jobs.

The new 400,000-square-foot facility, located at the Scannell 435 Logistics Center, will produce fiberglass window and door solutions. Operations are scheduled for 2025.

“Marvin has been on a significant growth trajectory over the past six years,” Marvin CEO and Chair of the Board Paul Marvin said. “Investing in additional facilities not only is strategic for continued growth but also will help meet current and anticipated short-term demand in the marketplace.”

Marvins’ products are distributed nationally through a network of independent dealers and are also exported internationally. The product collections include the Signature, Elevate, and Essential lines as well as Infinity Replacement Windows. The portfolio also includes TruStile Doors and Coastline.

“Kansas fought hard to win Marvin’s new production facility because we value their reputation for building industry-leading products and treating their workers well, and because they align with Kansas’ strengths in advanced manufacturing and distribution,” Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of Commerce David Toland noted. “We will continue pursuing companies such as Marvin that are finding success in the target sectors outlined in our state’s economic development strategic plan – the Kansas Framework for Growth.”

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