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BCC Products Inc./Blehm Plastics has added production and warehouse space for specialty resin manufacture in an effort to support larger production orders, according to the company.

In an added effort to support current and future order requests, BCC/Blehm has added 20,000 square feet to its Franklin, Ind., facility. The addition will house raw materials, and shipping and receiving functions until additional production areas are expanded.

"The addition will allow us to support our current customers better," says marketing director Nevin Speerbrecker.

With this expansion, the company has over 40,000 square feet of warehousing and production space.

SOURCE: BCC Products Inc./Blehm Plastics


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