National Vinyl Products, a domestic producer of vinyl fence and rail profiles, opened a new manufacturing facility in Dover that will create more than 100 jobs and double the company’s North American production capacity.
The company remodeled space that had been occupied by a PPG paint and finishes plant.
The new $20 million PVC extrusion facility will manufacture vinyl fence and rail products in a 100,000 square foot production area, along with several acres designated for product storage and a rail spur with a loading dock.
“We’re very pleased to announce the opening of a new location in Dover, Delaware,” said John David Hadfield, president of National Vinyl Products. “This is not only an opportunity to bring more jobs to the area, it offers access to resources, ideal transportation lines and allows us to further expand our manufacturing capabilities and meet the needs of the growing North American market.”
“This new location allows us to better meet and exceed future customers’ demand in a rapidly growing marketplace which is currently backlogged due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Zack Clark, COO of National Vinyl Products. “Through a strategic manufacturing plan like this in Delaware, NVP can remain at the forefront of the national fencing industry by providing outstanding customer service for both current and prospective partners across North America,” he added.
In 2001, National Vinyl Products was formed as a distributor of vinyl fencing and related items, focused on serving vinyl fence fabricators and retailers across the western United States. NVP’s next phase of growth came in 2004 when it opened an extrusion facility in Nephi, Utah to manufacture high quality vinyl fence and rail profiles.
Since that time, this facility has continued to expand in production capacity and product offerings. NVP currently sells fence and rail profiles to distributors and contractors across North America.All materials manufactured by NVP are made in the USA, a release stated.
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