Washington State-based ICD High Performance Coatings has taken a big step in expansion.
The company announced this week that it has broken ground in Ridgefield, Wash., where it will build a new facility, doubling the size of its current facility just a few minutes south.
According to information from the company, the expansion will make its research and development capabilities more than double what they are today. The company announcement notes that, “Manufacturing will get a much-needed lean overhaul to make an already efficient production, vastly more efficient. We will have room for newly expanding products lines, such as CeramiGlass.”
“We were very happy to have the Port of Ridgefield, the Ridgefield City Council, and Mayor Ron Onslow help mark our new growth point,” states the announcement. “Which, funny enough, most of them are either neighbors of our employees or have known us as a family for over sixty years. We thank everyone who came out, from the community to our trusted counsel, accountants, bankers and the like.”