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The Fixture Company

Listing #1876   Listed on: 11/17/2021

Contact Name: Richard Spearman
Contact Email: Richard@thefixtureco.net
Contact Phone: 404 831 4480

Well established millwork company is relocating to Acworth, GA. Looking to hire experienced Shop Manager, cabinet builders, finishers, solid surface fabricators, plastic laminate fabricators.
- 6 paid holidays
- One week vacation after one-year employment, 2 wks. after 2 yrs. employment
- Health Insurance begins 90 days after employment
- Simple IRA match is 3% of salary, available immediately upon being hired
The Fixture Co. Shop Floor
Company Name:   The Fixture Company
Contact Name:   Richard Spearman
Location:   Acworth, GA  30101
Year Founded:   1983
Sq. Footage:   14,500
Employees:   10
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   Http://sierracon.com

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - Store Fixtures
    CNC Services - General

Shop Equipment:
    Scmi - Edgebander
    Scmi - Sliding Table saw
    Busellato - CNC
    Other - M-tek Spray Booth
    Powermatic - 10" Table Saw
    Powermatic - 24" Planner
    Powermatic - 6" Jointer
    Other - Dust Collector System
    FESTOOL - Several Tools for Solid Surface Work
    Kreg - Automatic Pocket Screw Machine

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