FrameTec is planning to establish a new manufacturing facility soon in Right to Work Camp Verde, Arizona. In order to accomplish this, the company is investing a total of $40 million toward the project. This will also create 180 new jobs, so that’s something worth getting excited over!
From Area Development Magazine:
“We couldn’t possibly be more excited about the start of construction of our first facility. […] The most exciting aspect of FrameTec is that we are bringing solutions to the construction industry.”
“FrameTec’s new facility and U.S. headquarters showcases Arizona’s attractiveness for innovative, advanced manufacturing operations. […] With a focus on sustainability, FrameTec’s Camp Verde facility will strengthen Yavapai County’s manufacturing industry and create skilled jobs throughout the community.”
Frame-Tec is the exclusive North American distributor of the EUR-1 modular frame systems comprised of extruded aluminum profiles, cast aluminum and fiberglass- reinforced nylon corners and other accessories, used for a variety of industrial framing and housing applications. The company plans to build dozens of additional facilities across the U.S. in the coming years, with each plant having the capability of providing framing services over a 200-mile radius.AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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