Bonelli Doors + Windows Relocates-Establishes Mesa, Arizona, Operations
The new 50,000 square foot facility at Landing 202 in Mesa’s Gateway Area will support the Southwest U.S. and serve clients nationwide, designing, manufacturing, and shipping finished products.
“Mesa is a great fit for Bonelli. With its low cost of living, educated workforce, freeway connections to major markets, and international airport, it is an ideal location for our headquarters and operations to be in one building,” said Cameron Wyatt, president of Bonelli. “With Cardinal Glass choosing the region for their manufacturing plant, it has created a feedback loop for other suppliers and manufacturers in the door and window industry to locate in Arizona, driving more talent and investment in the region.”
To support expansion and with 17 new product launches planned in the next year, Bonelli partnered with ASU Preparatory Academy Polytechnic, already making intern hires as a result, and the company will look to expand opportunities for local students as the company adds manufacturing and business administration team members. The move to Mesa follows the 2018 acquisition of Bonelli by Pella Corporation as part of the Luxury Division of Brands.
“Bonelli Doors + Windows relocation further demonstrates Greater Phoenix’s value position and ability to meet the needs of the sector,” said Chris Camacho, president & CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. “Mesa continues to attract investment from notable companies and manufacturers, and we’re thrilled to welcome Bonelli Doors + Windows. We look forward to being a partner in the company’s continued success.”
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