Peerless Products Invests in Right to Work Kansas Yet Again

Peerless Products is a window and door company that plans to soon start rolling out new products. As a result, they are expanding their current location in Iola, Kansas. So the investment is going toward adding 150,000 square feet to their facility. This is good news because it’ll mean over 100 new jobs for the area over the next 5 years. This will also be good for the overall economy.

From Area Development Magazine:

“With our continued growth in Fort Scott, of where we currently have 400 employees, we needed to find additional space for the creation and production of our new G800 product line that we believe will be a leader in commercial low-rise windows. We pride ourselves in being best in class, and we intend to continue and build upon that reputation in Iola.” […]

“Working with these partners and Thrive Allen County has been productive and enjoyable. It’s always great to see partners come together to bring growth to our community.” […]

“Peerless is a fantastic, homegrown Kansas company with a long history in Fort Scott. I appreciate its leadership team recognizing all that Iola […] has to offer, and for choosing to expand in Allen County. [M]y administration will continue to identify new and dynamic business opportunities, build relationships, and support further economic projects in Allen County and across our state.” […]

“This exciting announcement highlights the great, inviting community we have which makes us attractive to manufacturers who will continue to grow jobs and diversify our industrial base. […] Economic growth is very viable in our area […]”


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