Goff’s Enterprises moves to new facility
Goff’s Enterprises, manufacturer of custom industrial space partitioning vinyl products, has announced that the company has moved into a new facility.
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Goff’s Enterprises, manufacturer of custom industrial space partitioning vinyl products, has announced that the company has moved into a new facility. The new building, located at 700 Hickory Street, Pewaukee, Wisc., is just down the street from the old location.
At the previous building Goff’s had approximately 20,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space. The new location has over 67,000 square feet. The building was formerly occupied by The Stark Candy Company and later purchased by The New England Confectionary Company (NECCO). In 2008 the factory was closed and the building remained vacant until late 2010 when Goff’s purchased it. Since then, Goff’s has been renovating and updating the building. Goff’s had been at their previous facility since 1995.
“Moving to the new facility has been a work in progress for the last 14 months. We’ve been rapidly growing as a company over the last decade and we’ve outgrown the space we had at the last facility” stated Tony Goff, President of Goff’s Enterprises. “The new building provides us the space and resources to accommodate our long-term growth and allows us to continue providing quality products using the leanest process flow for our customers.”
Goff’s Enterprises is the original manufacturer of the curtain wall. Started in 1987, Goff’s has now extended its product line to include curtain walls, high speed industrial vinyl and mesh roll-up doors , welding curtains & screens, strip doors, noise control products, climate curtains, and food processing curtains.
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