WAUSEON, OHIO (Aug. 23, 3:30 p.m. ET) — Northwestern Ohio Foam Products Inc. has settled into a new home more than a year after a fire destroyed its production plant in Wauseon, Ohio, and is now planning a grand reopening celebration.
The company began production in a leased facility 30 days after March 2010 fire using new and refurbished equipment, and now has manufacturing an office space in a new 35,000-square-foot plant nearby in Wauseon, the company said in an Aug. 22 news release.
NOFP President and owner Wally Radjenovic said the city of Wauseon and Fulton County officials helped the firm find replacement space quickly, while employees pitched in to a rigid production schedule to ensure continued delivery.
A celebration in September will thank the workers, the community, customers and vendors for their work in getting a new home established for the company.
NOFP makes foam for floor heating insulation, building insulation, custom lamination and protective packaging.