DE LA FONTAINE sets up a fourth plant on American soil
The Sherbrooke-based manufacturing company DE LA FONTAINE confirms the establishment of a new 12,000 square foot factory in the United States, with a view to pursuing its development and expansion projects.
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Andréanne Beaudry La Tribune The Sherbrooke-based manufacturing company DE LA FONTAINE confirms the establishment of a new 12,000 square foot factory in the United States, with a view to continuing its development and expansion projects.
After the acquisition of a factory in the state of Maryland in 2017, and another in Texas last year, in addition to being already established in Massachusetts, the Sherbrooke company will also set up shop. in Indiana from December 2020.
The goal behind the opening of this fourth plant in the United States is to enable the company, which specializes in the manufacture of steel doors and frames, to maintain short delivery times. For DE LA FONTAINE, this is one of the factors that has contributed to the success of his business in the neighboring country.
The Indianapolis plant will therefore serve the Midwestern states, including Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas.
About fifteen employees will be hired to work in this new factory. According to DE LA FONTAINE, this establishment will improve the positioning of the company with a view to increasing the scale of the projects carried out in its plant in Sherbrooke.