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Phase III begins for Quaker’s Eldon Campus Expansion

Gov. Parson speaks during his 2021 State of the State speech on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021.
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Gov. Parson speaks during his 2021 State of the State speech on Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021.

ELDON, Mo. (KMIZ)

Quaker Windows and Doors is beginning Phase III with a visit from Gov. Mike Parson and a celebration of the one-year anniversary of Quaker Windows and Doors opening its manufacturing facility and offices on their 160 acre campus in Eldon, MO.

Gov. Parson will tour the commercial window manufacturing facility and offices.

Phase III involves a new 250,000 sq. ft. commercial window and door facility. The plant will be built near the existing plant and will manufacture a variety of commercial window and door products for the Architectural and Commercial construction markets.

Officials with the company believe an additional 150+ jobs will be created once the new building is in full operation.

“This next phase of expansion in Eldon is exciting for Quaker. As we continue our strategic growth plan, this will be the home of our new “Window Wall” division, as well as some exciting new technology that exemplifies the “Quaker Difference” and our ongoing commitment to meet the everevolving window and door needs of the commercial construction industry”, said Kevin Blansett, Quaker CEO.

The expected opening date of the facility is late spring of 2022.

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