Ultrafab announces expansion of Greenville County facility


New York-based manufacturer Ultrafab Inc. announced it will invest $2 million to expand its existing operations in Greenville County and create 34 new jobs.

The company said it will lease an additional 20,000 square feet of the industrial building housing its operation in Greer at 49 Freedom Court.

Ultrafab said the facility is expected to be operational by the fourth quarter. Hiring for the new positions is ongoing, the company said.

“Since 2009, Ultrafab has been steadily growing our business in South Carolina and we are excited to double our footprint in the state to better service our window and door customers’ growth in the southeastern United States,” said Tom Hare, CFO of Ultrafab, in a statement.

Founded in 1970, Ultrafab is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of weather seals.

The company said it makes and sells window and door weatherstripping, as well as weather seal products, for OEM applications. It also supplies engineered solutions for the fenestration, transportation, industrial, office equipment and health care industries.

Ultrafab said it has three manufacturing facilities and four warehouses in the U.S.

“Ultrafab chose Greenville in 2008 for its third manufacturing facility in North America and we are proud of their growth,” said Greenville County Council Chairman Bob Taylor in a statement. “The company continues to choose Greenville because of our collaborative spirit and quality workforce and we are honored to have them as industry partners.”

The company said those interested in applying for jobs should visit its career page online.

For more information, visit ultrafab.com.



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