Specialty cements maker Ardex has firmed up plans for a new manufacturing facility in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. Construction of the new plant, which will be based in Mansfield, Texas, is set to begin this spring. Company officials expect the plant to open by the first quarter of 2009, and will encompass approximately 35,000 sq. ft.
to Steven Manning, president and CEO of Ardex Americas, the new plant signals
continued demand for the company’s products in the Western and Southwestern
markets. “The construction of a new plant in Texas is a direct result of
customer-driven demand and signifies growth for Ardex,” he said. He added that
the new manufacturing site will allow “a seamless flow of product and
growth is about [our customers’] business,” he noted. “It is that support that
allows us continued growth and success.”
The construction project will bring approximately 30 new jobs
to the Mansfield-Arlington area, according to the company. The new plant will
be the company’s fifth plant in the U.S. and the second location in Texas.
Customer-driven demand': Ardex cements plans for Texas plant
March 27, 2008