Household organizer products business Rev-A-Shelf LLC has consolidated operations in a new facility in Louisville, Ky.
Rev-A-Shelf said in early 2013 that it planned on the move to a 30.5-acre site and it expected to complete the plant by early 2014. Local reports stated Rev-A-Shelf officially inaugurated the 315,000-square-foot building on Jan. 27.
Officials with Rev-A-Shelf and parent company Jones Plastic & Engineering LLC did not respond to requests for information about the new operation and why there was a year-long delay for its opening.
Louisville Business First reported the project received $240,000 in tax incentives from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority based on company plans to invest $14.4 million in the project. Rev-A-Shelf bought the land in September 2013 for $3.3 million, according to the report.
The company produces residential cabinets and organizational products. Its first product, in 1978, was a corner Lazy Susan turntable shelf. The new facility is located in the Blankenbaker Station Business Park.
Jones Plastic's injection molding sales were $226 million in 2013, according to Plastics News' survey of North American injection molders.