Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Officially Launches CNC Davenport, Florida Facility.

New manufacturing plant allows for faster delivery in Florida area, as well as providing many new job opportunities.

 

 

 

Feb 12, 2019 – Davenport, Florida – CNC Cabinetry, is excited to announce the official launch of its brand new Davenport facility, just outside Orlando. To officially open the new complex, located at 4501 Homerun Blvd, CNC held an official ribbon cutting ceremony last Tuesday.

Jay Spok, Director of Operations, gave opening remarks in the warehouse, warmly welcoming the many guests to its new facility. In attendance, were also members of the CFDC (Central Florida Development Council), who were very instrumental in arranging this entire event. CFDC President Sean Mallot & Polk County Commissioner eloquently spoke of the many economic benefits CNC will bring to the neighborhood, followed by Robert Hunter, COO of the company, who spoke of CNC’s excitement in being able to provide many job opportunities for local residents. Finally, Executive Vice President, Hershy Fischman, cut the ceremonial ribbon, alongside an enthusiastic crowd and to booming applause.

This massive 110,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility is an assembly and stocking site for the company’s most popular lines. Being strategically situated in the center of the state, gives CNC the ability to deliver faster in the state of Florida and the surrounding areas, while avoiding expensive common carrier cost. This is the company’s third manufacturing plant – the other two facilities, totaling 800,00 square-feet, are located in South Plainfield, New Jersey.

CNC Cabinetry is one of the Northeast’s largest manufacturers and distributors of kitchen cabinets, countertops, bathroom vanities and vanity tops. The company operates nationally, specializing in servicing dealers with all kitchen and bath needs as a one-stop shop. “The privilege of providing value for people – employees and customers alike – is what motivates me every day.” Nathan Indig, company CEO, says.