Gordon Sinclair Announces $5M Investment to Increase Production Capacity with Plant Expansion in 2017
Gordon Sinclair, New Hyde Park, N.Y., announced that it is investing $5 million in a new production facility in Indiana County, Pa., in a move that will more than double its capacity with all new production and decorating technology. The vastly expanded plant and warehouse will be fully operational in Q2 2017.
“Thanks to the great support from our loyal distributor customers, we have outgrown our current facility,” said Robert Gluck, founder and CEO for Gordon Sinclair. “We’re thrilled to make this investment as the larger plant will enable us to triple our inventory and install higher speed equipment with greatly advanced technology. The result for our customers will be more stock, greater selection, faster order flow, online inventory, real-time order status, new imprinting options and a much wider range of products. It will also enable us to offer our employees a state-of-the-art work environment, which is a core value of Gordon Sinclair.”
Gordon Sinclair will continue to produce in its New Hyde Park plant until the new facility is 100 percent operational and is happy to report that its most experienced machine operators and printing experts will continue with the company in its new facility.
For more information about Gordon Sinclair, visit www.gordonsinclair.com.