Sunrise Windows Expands Facility

Sunrise Windows, a manufacturer of custom-sized replacement windows, completed a 36,000 square foot addition to their Temperance, Michigan manufacturing facility.

As well as increasing manufacturing capacity, Sunrise will begin to manufacture a premium line of sliding patio doors.

"Our company continues to see growing demand for all of our products, and this expansion was necessary to not only meet that demand, but to also allow us to continue to improve every aspect of our company's performance," stated Gary Delman, president of Sunrise Windows. "We've been fortunate to experience rapid growth over the last few years, and it's imperative that we reinvest in our business,"

At peak operating time, Sunrise normally employs approximately 175 people, and as the expansion is completed in terms of machinery and production lines, that number should increase to around 250.

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