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Aubright has room to grow with new manufacturing and warehouse facility

Plastic fabricator Aubright, in St. Cloud, MN, doubled its manufacturing and warehousing space with the acquisition of a new 80,000-sq-ft facility next door to its existing facility.The company supplies custom plastic fabricated components, products, and display fixtures for customers in retail and visual merchandising, manufacturing, and power sports markets.

Tim Somheil

September 17, 2014

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Aubright has room to grow with new manufacturing and warehouse facility

The company's existing and newly acquired facility are located just north of the company's current operations. Initially, only a portion of the 80,000-sq-ft will be used. The rest of the space will be reserved for future operations.

CEO and founder Sandy Berling said the new facility's proximity to its current manufacturing and warehouse operations makes it ideal for future expansion. She said some Aubright employees are already working out of new building and that additional positions would be added as the business grows.

The company was founded in 1983 as Goldleaf Plastics. In May 2014 it announced it would change its name and rebrand itself as Aubright. The firm has CNC machining, drape forming, vacuum forming, and digital and screen printing capabilities, and offers design, engineering, prototyping, and fulfillment services. Aubright is also a WBE Certified Woman Owned Business, and is ISO 9001-Certified and a member of the Association for Retail Environments (A.R.E.).

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