Greenheck Breaks Ground on New Facility in Sacramento Area
Greenheck Fan Corporation, Schofield, WI will expand their manufacturing facilities with a new Western Operation Facility in the Sacramento area. The new facility will produce roof curbs, dampers, and louvers for commercial and industrial air control applications.
"The Sacramento location gives us more direct access to our customers in West Coast markets", adds President and Chief Operating Officer, Bob Greenheck. "It will allow us to expand and improve our manufacturing and distribution of dampers and louvers and other products."
In addition to manufacturing and distribution space, the 106,000 square foot Western Operation Facility will include a Customer Solution Center. The Customer Solution Center will showcase Greenheck products and serve as a multi-purpose sales and training tool for our manufacturer representatives, engineers, contractors and employees.
Greenheck has been leasing space for its Distribution Center since 1991. In 1993 they began manufacturing fire dampers in California and have since expanded production to include louvers and roof curbs. Greenheck currently has just under 100 employees at this location. "We anticipate continued growth of our sales and product lines manufactured at this location with employee growth to match. By the year 2005, we project our employee team to be at 200", says Eric Malm, Operations Manager for the Western Operation Facility.
Greenheck, headquartered in Schofield, WI has sales in excess of $200 million annually, employs over 1,400, and operates four distribution centers in Dallas, TX, Greensboro, NC, Frankfort, KY, and Sacramento, CA. Our comprehensive line of ventilation products includes fans and ventilators, centrifugal and vane axial fans, dampers, louvers, make-up air units, energy recovery ventilators, and kitchen ventilation systems for the commercial and industrial market with primary markets in the US, Canada, Mexico and Latin America, the Middle East, and the Pacific Rim.
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