Quaker Windows Adding 45 Jobs in Freeburg, Missouri
Governor Jay Nixon's Customized Training Program has extended the company $20,000 in funds to assist in hiring and training the new workers. The company is adding a new production line for windows that comply with federal energy-efficiency standards.
Quaker has had operations in Freeburg since 1949. It currently employs 415 people in central Missouri making vinyl, wood, and aluminum doors and windows.
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