Suncrest Supply acquires hand-crafted wood manufacturing facility

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Palm Beach, Fla.—Suncrest Supply has acquired a hand-crafted wood manufacturing facility based in Kershaw, S.C., for custom wood walls, flooring, ceiling and furniture.

This new facility will allow the company to capitalize on the evolving hand-crafted trend for exclusive designs featuring textures, accents and charred, mixed species to create unique offerings for OEM and private-label programs for distributors, retailers and wood floor specialist, with an emphasis on made in the U.S.A.

The company will introduce its design capabilities and manufacturing services at the NWFA convention in April, said Dewevai Buchanan, president of Suncrest Supply.

For more information, contact Mike White, manufacturing manager, at mwhite@suncrestsupply.com, or call 434.770.5743.

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