Pella Corporation Selects Troy, Ohio, for Manufacturing Plant
Pella will occupy an existing 324,000 square foot space where it will house the production of vinyl windows and doors. The new manufacturing facility will serve customers in the Eastern region of the United States and will enable the company to meet rapidly increasing demand for Pella vinyl products.
"We are excited about the growth opportunity that vinyl products represent. This new facility allows Pella to increase our production capacity and shorten lead times for our valued retail and trade customers in the region," said Tim Yaggi, CEO, Pella Corporation.
Located at 1501 Experiment Farm Road in Troy, the facility will create 428 new jobs once it's fully operational by 2025. According to company officials, the project was made possible through strong partnerships with Jobs Ohio, Dayton Development Coalition, Troy Development Council and Ohio Development Services Agency.
JobsOhio President and CEO J.P. Nauseef said, "During uncertain economic times, Pella is choosing Ohio as a partner to sustain its long-term success. Pella's new operations in Troy will create 428 new jobs and become a manufacturing hub to supply customers throughout the Eastern United States."
Troy Development Council CEO Joseph A. Graves said, "Industrial recruitment is vital to the growth of any community, and I appreciate the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in this project at every level. Pella's investment in our city and the employment opportunities that will be created provide a stimulus to the continued economic development of our area. I look forward to a long and successful partnership with our newest corporate citizen."
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