UNION CITY, IND. (Tuesday, June 4, 2019) – Frank Miller Lumber is delighted to announce the start of a potential $3.4 million investment at the headquarters in Union City, Indiana. The project that will bring growth and expansion to the local community is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2022.
The investment will have multiple phases that will involve transferring the Salem, Indiana operations to Union City and listing the concentration yard for sale. Relocating the Memphis, Tennessee brokerage facility to be in-house, adding a walnut steamer, upgrading the 300 Hurst Boiler to accommodate additional steam required, and adding extra capacity for the kilns.
“We are excited about these new endeavors within our Company, and we are confident this will strengthen the Union City facility and allow us to continue to be a leader in the lumber industry,” stated Frank Miller Lumber’s President and CEO, Steve James.
“As we continue to make plans to improve our efficiencies, there is an opportunity for future improvements and growth,” commented James. After the phases are completed, an additional 15 employees will be required.
For more information regarding Frank Miller Lumber, visit www.frankmiller.com or contact Steve James at (765) 964 – 3196.
Frank Miller Lumber (www.frankmiller.com), established in 1903 in Union City, Indiana, produces premium quartersawn and plainsawn hardwoods for manufacturers of fine furniture, cabinets, architectural millwork and flooring. Frank Miller Lumber’s quartersawn products are used in high-end commercial and residential construction around the world.