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Chesapeake signLexington has provided a strong foundation for industry in the area since its incorporation in 1828. With a heritage in furniture and textiles, the Lexington industrial portfolio has diversified and grown to include outstanding companies such as Halyard Health (formerly Kimberly-Clark Corporation); PPG Industries; Jeld-Wen, Inc.Roehrig Engineering; Arneg USA; Border Concepts; Vitacost; Masterbrand Cabinets, Inc.; ChesapeakeImage Wizards and Valendrawers. Additionally, Save-A-Lot and United Furniture selected Lexington for their business model and because of Lexington's prime location in the heart of the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina. 

Masterbrands PlantEconomic development and expansion continues to occur in Lexington as shown by MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc. who on October 23, 2015, held its ribbon cutting for its consolidation of three previous buildings into a 137,000 square foot production facility, formerly occupied by Diebold, in the Lexington Business Park.  This new facility will accommodate its current 100 associates with plans to hire an additional 38 full-time associates within its first six months of operation.  MasterBrand’s general manager stated in a recent article published in the local newspaper, The Dispatch, that it is beneficial to the company to have a community, such as Lexington, that is used to furniture manufacturing and a location that is previously a production facility.  Lexington proudly welcomes MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc. to its new facility and is excited about the job opportunities that will be forthcoming for the citizens of Lexington. 

Lexington Business Center sign with Roehrig EngineeringSeveral of Lexington's corporate citizens are located at the Lexington Business Center, which has additional land opportunities for your corporate headquarters! Once you experience the accommodations afforded by access to key business components such as convenient transportation, a one-stop shop with highly competitive rates for utility needs and community leaders committed to economic development, you will see why Lexington is the optimal place for your business to grow. Additional information is also available regarding the workforce and market data that may be relevant to your business model.

Interested in locating or expanding your business in Lexington? Please email Executive Director Steve Googe at the Davidson County Economic Development Commission or call 336-243-1900.

We also welcome and offer you many avenues to contact City of Lexington government leaders. Our City CouncilCity Manager's Office and Office of Business and Community Development stand ready to welcome and support your business in Lexington!

Last updated: 10/26/2015 5:22:32 PM