ClarkDietrich Building Systems to Relocate Warren, Ohio Manufacturing Facility
- November 2, 2021
- Posted by: Alan Hageman
- Category: News
ClarkDietrich Building Systems, a leading provider of cold-formed steel products and services, announced it will relocate its production facility in Warren, Ohio, to nearby Vienna, Ohio.
According to Bill Courtney, President and CEO of ClarkDietrich Building Systems, the transition is part of the company’s long-term growth strategy and will ultimately allow more flexibility, increased product availability and improved service to customers. As part of the transition, ClarkDietrich plans to increase their 100-plus employee base and is actively recruiting for open positions.
“We are excited to announce our move to a new and larger facility to support the anticipated future growth of our expanding product lines and warehousing needs,” said Courtney. “We strive to be the partner of choice for the building community for its steel framing needs. This move underscores our vision to continually strive to better serve the needs of our customers and employees.”
ClarkDietrich expects to complete the transition into the new 362,649-square-foot facility by early 2017.
Courtney also notes that existing customers will not be impacted during the relocation process. “As we transition production from Warren to Vienna, our customers can be guaranteed they will receive the superior service they have come to expect from ClarkDietrich.”
With a 40-year reputation for quality manufacturing, ClarkDietrich Building Systems offers the world’s largest selection of steel framing and finishing products. The company offers a full line of drywall studs and accessories, structural studs and joists, metal lath and accessories, shaft wall studs and track, interior finishing products, and connectors and accessories for commercial and residential construction. ClarkDietrich cold-formed steel products are available nationwide and are precision manufactured from steel coils with a variety of corrosion-resistant options.
For more information, visit www.clarkdietrich.com