Minnesota window maker to build Goodyear manufacturing campus

Andersen Corp. will manufacture 100 Series windows, like the ones featured in this home, at its future manufacturing and distribution campus in Goodyear. / Provided by Andersen Corporation / Phoenix Business Journal

 

By Corina Vanek | Phoenix Business Journal

Andersen Corp., a Minnesota-based window and door manufacturer, will open a $105 million manufacturing and distribution campus in Goodyear, company officials said Tuesday.

The first phase initially will include 500,000 square feet of manufacturing and distribution space and is expected to begin construction in early 2019. The campus is expected to be operational by mid-2020.

Over five years, the company anticipates creating 415 jobs at the campus with a total investment of $200 million through additional future expansion.

The Goodyear campus will focus on manufacturing and distribution of Andersen’s 100 Series product line, which uses a proprietary material called Fibrex — a blend of wood fiber, mostly reclaimed from Andersen manufacturing processes — and thermoplastic polymer, some of which is also reclaimed.

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