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Andersen Corporation announces plans to build new manufacturing facility in Goodyear

Post Date:09/11/2018 1:00 PM
Goodyear, Ariz. (Sept. 11, 2018) Andersen Regional Manufacturing, Inc., a subsidiary of Andersen Corporation, maker of premier windows and doors, has selected a site in Goodyear, Ariz. to build a new manufacturing facility which will increase operational capacity for its fastest growing product lines and expand its presence in Arizona and the western United States.

“We are honored to have an award winning company, such as Andersen in our community,” said Mayor Georgia Lord. “Andersen is known for its quality, energy efficient and environmentally friendly products, as well as their commitment to exemplary ethics in dealing with customers and communities. We are excited to have Andersen become part of the major corporate presence in Goodyear.”

Andersen plans to build an approximately 500,000 square foot building at Cotton Lane and Commerce Drive with a capital investment of at least $105M. Construction is anticipated to begin in early 2019 and conclude in 2020, employing 415 full-time positions with an average salary of $41,133 annually. Future plans may also include the option to expand operations with an additional building and similar employee base.

”Andersen has been leading the window and door industry for more than 115 years by creating different and better products and services and building brands people value and trust,” said Andersen Corporation Chairman and CEO Jay Lund. “We are grateful to Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, the City of Goodyear, Maricopa County and Greater Phoenix Economic Council for their support of our expansion in Arizona and we look forward to working closely with these partners and tapping into a robust local workforce to build a world-class manufacturing operation in the region.”