LamTech Opens Production Plant

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LamTech Opens Production Plant

Ephrata, PA LamTech, Inc., a major manufacturer of countertops
based here, has opened a 90,000-sq.-ft. facility in Chambersburg,
PA to produce its “Marblux” line of cultured marble vanity tops
under the terms of an alliance with American Woodmark Corp., the
company announced.

LamTech is a leading source of laminate and solid
surface countertops, as well as cultured marble vanity tops,
to a four-state area, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey,
and Delaware. The company entered the kitchen and bath industry in
1984 as Jem-son Cabinetry, a distributor of cabinets to new
home builders. 

Growth throughout the mid-1980s prompted Jemson in 1988 to begin
producing its own countertops. LamTech was later founded as a
separate corporation, to sell countertops to kitchen and bath
dealers and home centers. Eventually, LamTech began manufacturing
its own cultured marble vanity tops.

“American Woodmark is a large customer of LamTech countertops
and Marblux cultured marble vanity tops,” said CEO Ray Martin.
“LamTech’s alliance with American Woodmark allows us to direct
cabinet business to them, and for them to direct increased
countertop and vanity top business to us.

“This is typical of the type of partnerships that are being
developed in today’s market. We believe that the synergy created
will be a win-win relationship,” Martin added.

The Jemson Cabinetry showroom will be sold to David Palm, a
LamTech sales representative, Martin said. Palm will
continue to serve remodelers and retail customers under
the Jemson Cabinetry name with a variety of kitchen and bath
products and services, Martin added.

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