President Pat Culpepper offers an inside look at the company’s new Gnadenhutten, Ohio, facility.
Progressive Foam added room to grow in 2016, expanding operations with the acquisition and improvement of a 220,000-square-foot building in Gnadenhutten, Ohio.
In this video, President Pat Culpepper offers an inside look at the company’s new facility, the benefits of this addition and the processes to be housed there.
The 16-acre property allows for growth in Progressive Foam’s distribution segment product lines and facilitates work under the collaborative agreement recently struck with foam producer Plymouth Foam Technologies.
The site is also home to two new production lines: The company will make laminated sheathing products for exterior construction and remodeling applications on a new start-to-finish line that centralizes the work done previously by two processing lines in two separate locations. A second production line will produce contour-cut foam products for the remodeling segment.
The facility adds a number of new capabilities and features for Progressive Foam, featuring 23 loading docks, overhead crane rails, rail siding and interior truck access.