Nemco’s Facility Expansion To Kick Off Next Week

The expanded building, set to open this fall, will help drive production efficiencies for the manufacturer of food prep and warming equipment.

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On Tuesday, April 16, Nemco will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for a 40,000-square-foot expansion to its Hicksville, Ohio facility.

The company says the expanded space will enhance its manufacturing capabilities, increase production efficiency and incorporate new technologies. Briner Building will oversee the construction, which is expected to wrap up by Sept. 30.

“This expansion is not just about growing our physical space; it’s about reaffirming our commitment to quality, innovation, our employees and our customers,” says Luke Moffatt, president of Nemco, in a release. “By increasing our manufacturing capabilities, we are ensuring that we can meet customer demands with the same high standards we’ve upheld for years. This expansion will help fuel our long-term growth goals over the next 10+ years.”


Nemco has operated in Hicksville since 1976, starting out as a “small machine shop” established by Ed Neidhardt, notes the company website. In the 1980s, the company launched its first food prep product: a potato cutter for curly fries.



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