Bostik recently announced the opening of its new Dallas plant, one of many strategic plants being built around the globe. This site reportedly will produce ceramic tile adhesives and floor preparation products.

“We are pleased to expand our manufacturing presence in the United States,” said Bob Marquette, senior vice president of the Americas. “Dallas is a key market for new construction, and having production located near demand centers is a critical component of our business development strategy for the construction market. Our new Dallas plant will enable us to provide our customers with superior on-site technical service, reduced freight costs, timely and convenient delivery and a centrally located fulfillment warehouse.”

The highly automated design of the facility is intended to offer a positive impact on safety, quality, and productivity. In addition to production, the Dallas location reportedly also offers a state-of-the-art onsite training and demonstration facility. Training events geared toward contractors, distributors, specifiers, and other industry partners will reportedly be scheduled at the site.

A grand opening celebration was scheduled for December 7.

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