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|Wednesday, May 02, 2012|
Mastercraft Furniture is expanding into a larger space in Stayton, giving the company more room to produce furniture for IKEA and other clients.
The wholesale furniture manufacturer produces upholstered living-room goods primarily for IKEA, the Swedish home-furniture firm with warehouse stores throughout the United States. IKEA is responsible for much of the company’s recent growth.
The former Philips building gave the company the additional room it needed to accommodate its growth. Mastercraft’s Wilsonville operation had about 44,000 square feet. The building in Stayton has about 200,000 square feet.
Read more at The Stayton Mail.
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