Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. announced its $15 million expansion

Paul Wellborn cuts the ribbon as the $15 million expansion project is announced.

Recently, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey joined the leaders of Wellborn Cabinet, Inc. to formally announce a $15 million expansion project that will ultimately create over 200 jobs at the company’s Ashland facility.

Wellborn, a family-owned maker of kitchen and bath cabinets, said the project expands its manufacturing capabilities in Clay County with the addition of a planer mill and a paint facility. Altogether, the project adds four buildings to its Ashland complex, growing its total size to 2.2 million square feet. 

Notable attendees included: 

  • Mayor Larry Fetner – Ashland
  • Alabama State House Representative Kenneth Paschal – District 73
  • Alabama State House Representative Bob Fincher – District 37
  • Alabama State House Representative Randy Hurst – District 35
  • Alabama State Senator Randy Price – District 12
  • Alabama State Senator Pro-Tem Greg Reed – District 5
  • United State Congressman Mike Rogers – 3rd District

United States Senator Thomas Tuberville spoke via video recording.

The project includes healthcare and daycare facilities for Wellborn’s workforce in Clay County, which currently exceeds 1,300 people.

Highlights below:

John Wellborn welcomes the crowd.

Rep. Kenneth Paschal - District 73 - spoke about the importance of Wellborn Cabinets being Made in the U.S.A.

Governor Kay Ivey thanks Wellborn Cabinets for its economic impact on the community of Ashland.

Angela O'Neill discusses the new product lines.

Paul Wellborn addresses the audience.

Post ribbon cutting gathering.

Photography by www.bonniemoret.com.


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