NEWS

The Duluthian MagazineThe March/April 2020 Edition of
The Duluthian Magazine Features -

"Built to Last: St. Germain's Cabinet, Inc. Expands

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ST GERMAIN'S CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING

It was a time of celebration after 9 long months as we held our grand opening at our new facility, August 29, 2019. Work on the new building began in August of 2018 with the manufacturing and warehouse structure totally enclosed by the end of December. Work continued in the existing building with a total demolition of the interior making way for the new showroom and office space. SGC officially occupied the new facility in May of 2019.

 

 

 

 

Our move is complete and we are open for business with a brand new facility designed to be more cost-effective but showcase our versatility in the products we build. Come visit our new showroom today!

St. Germain's Plans Relocation

St. Germain's Cabinet, Inc. is excited to announce we will be moving our offices and manufacturing plant to a new location at 5724 Miller Trunk Highway in mid May 2019. The move and expansion will enable us to greatly increase our manufacturing efficiency and operational performance thus allowing us to do things in a much more cost-effective and efficient manner. The move includes the renovation of an existing building for office space and the construction of a new manufacturing and warehouse facility.

EVENTS

 

SGC Welcomes New Staff

Frazer Troy

SGC is pleased to announce the addition of Troy Frazer to our spray finishing department. Welcome, Troy!

 

Hyopponen David

SGC welcomes back David Hyopponen. David worked with us for over 20 years before deciding to return to college and earn his degree. David resumes a position as our Residential Sales Associate. We are happy to have him back.

 

Edeen Mike

Mike Edeen was hired as a Project Management Assistant and will also be working on engineering projects. Mike brings with him many years of experience having owned his own woodworking shop in Oregon.