McCreary Modern to build $6 million sewing plant in North Carolina
July 1, 2021 | 10:50 am CDT
McCreary Modern's sewing operation

NEWTON, N.C. - McCreary Modern, the 47th largest company on the FDMC 300, will begin constructing a $6 million 80,000-square-foot sewing plant in Newton, North Carolina.

The facility will be built next to its current sewing building and serve as an upgrade. The company's entire sewing operations will move to the new facility upon completion in 2022.

McCreary will also expand two of its other North Carolina facilities - a framing plant and a woodworking plant.

The combined expansions will add around 100 jobs in total.

McCreary saw an estimated $190 million in sales in 2020. The company runs six manufacturing plants in North Carolina and employs around 1,000. Its product include residential furniture, upholstered chairs, sofas, love seats, sectionals, occasional chairs, and exposed wood sofas.

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