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Door and window company relocates manufacturing headquarters to Mesa

(Courtesy photo/Bonelli Doors + Windows)

PHOENIX — A California-based door and window company has relocated its manufacturing headquarters to Mesa, the city announced Tuesday.

Bonelli Doors + Windows, an aluminum door and window designer and manufacturer, is moving into a 50,000-square-foot facility in Mesa’s Gateway Area where it will design, manufacture and ship finished products, according to a press release.

The company also created 35 new jobs and is actively recruiting as part of the relocation.

Cameron Wyatt, president of Bonelli Doors + Windows, in the release said Mesa is a great fit for the company.

“With its low cost of living, educated workforce, freeway connections to major markets and international airport, it is an ideal location for our headquarters and operations to be in one building,” Wyatt said.

“With Cardinal Glass choosing the region for their manufacturing plant, it has created a feedback loop for other suppliers and manufacturers in the door and window industry to locate in Arizona, driving more talent and investment in the region.”

Bonelli Doors + Windows has also partnered with ASU Preparatory Academy Polytechnic and is already making intern hires, according to the release, with a potential to expand opportunities for local students as the company adds manufacturing and business administration team members.

The partnership will help support the expansion and the company’s 17 new product launches planned in the next year, according to the release.

Bonelli Doors + Windows, founded in 1967, relocates to Mesa from San Francisco.

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