Vogel Paint Opens Expanded Powder Coating Operation
Vogel Industrial Coatings has completed the first two phases of a five-year, $29.3 million expansion plan for its powder coating manufacturing operation located at the company’s headquarters in Orange City, Iowa.
Vogel Industrial Coatings welcomed more than 400 guests to help celebrate the completion of the first two phases of a five-year, $29.3 million expansion plan for its powder coating manufacturing operation located at the company’s headquarters in Orange City, Iowa.
Attendees heard remarks from Orange City Mayor Deb De Haan, Orange City Development President Daryl Beltman, Vogel Paint President Jeff Powell, Vogel Paint Vice President of Business Development Mark Vogel, and Vogel Paint Chairman and CEO Drew Vogel.
The event celebrated the completion of Phase One and Two of the expansion. The initial phases included a 91,000 square foot addition to the current building and the first portion of equipment for the new production lines. The investment for this part of the project is valued at an estimated $19.5 million. The climate-controlled, state-of-the-art plant is completed, and production has commenced.
Founded in 1926, Vogel Paint provides coating solutions to the architectural, heavy-duty protective, industrial, traffic, and powder coating markets. For information, visit vogelpaint.com.
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