Anco-Eaglin breaks ground on a new 65,000 square-foot manufacturing facility located on a 10-acre site in High Point, NC. This new facility nearly doubles Anco-Eaglin’s current manufacturing space, providing the additional capacity the company needs to meet its expected future growth.
This new facility was needed to meet our increasing sales demand, and expanding product line.
“The new building reflects ANCO’s belief in expanding our capabilities, locally and globally, by meeting the needs and demands of our customers now and in the future” said Rick Eaglin, President and CEO of Anco-Eaglin.
The opening of the new facility allows us to expand and improve our machining and manufacturing capabilities. With the high demand of our continuous cooker sales, the new space will allow us to increase the current manufacturing capacities previously limited by the building size, as well and more efficiently manufacture the units, reducing the overall costs and reducing lead times for our customers.
The new building design will also provide in house manufacturing of the larger bins, tanks, condensing equipment, and other specialized equipment, that were previously assembled off site.
The location is situated near the existing facility, which will allow for ANCO to retain all of its current suppliers, employees, and is conveniently located near several ports for easy International shipments.
The existing building will focus on the spare parts, batch cooker manufacturing, and provide additional storage capacity for our expanding equipment refurbishing and used equipment business. The new facility will help us to continue improving how we serve our new and existing customers.
Read the full article in the The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area