Marvin Windows and Doors Receives 2015 Minnesota Manufacturing AwardBy Marvin Windows
WARROAD, Minn. – Marvin Windows and Doors was chosen as the recipient of the 2015 Minnesota Manufacturing Award in the “Best in Class: Large Company” category during an awards presentation in Minneapolis. Marvin was chosen as the winner of this award for the company’s commitment and dedication to excellence in manufacturing.
Marvin Windows and Doors is a third and fourth generation family-owned and operated business headquartered in Warroad, Minnesota. Marvin employs approximately 5,000 people in manufacturing facilities across the country—2,200 of which are located in Warroad. As a maker of premier window and door products, Marvin is known for its craftsmanship and rich legacy of producing high-quality and innovative products, which have made Marvin a leader within the industry.
“The manufacturing industry plays a vital role in Minnesota’s economy, and the number of innovative, smart, and more importantly, strong manufacturing companies that call Minnesota home is impressive,” says Susan Marvin, President, Marvin Windows and Doors. “It is an honor to be recognized as one of many manufacturers who continue to create great products and provide jobs that fuel the economy, build strong communities, and make this state a great place to live, work and do business.”
To learn more about the Minnesota Manufacturing Awards, visit www. minnesotabusiness.com/2015-manufacturing-awards.
To learn more about Marvin Windows and Doors and the many employment opportunities within the organization, visit www.marvin.com.
About Marvin Windows and Doors
Marvin Windows and Doors brings its Built Around You® philosophy to life with every customer and every solution. A premier manufacturer of made-to-order wood and clad wood windows and doors, Marvin offers the industry’s most extensive selection of shapes, styles, sizes and options to fit the diverse needs of builders and match the personalities of homeowners. Marvin’s tradition of delivering the finest craftsmanship in windows and doors began in Warroad, Minn., a small town just six miles from the Canadian border, where the privately-held, family-owned and operated company is still headquartered today.
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