Allen Industries Acquires Harmon Sign of Ohio

Greensboro, N.C. – Allen Industries, one of the nation’s largest manufacturers of signage and architectural elements, has acquired Harmon Sign, a company headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. Allen Industries, headquartered in Greensboro, has other manufacturing locations in High Point, N.C., Phoenix, Ariz. and Clearwater, Fla. and serves clients across the U.S. and internationally. The company’s acquisition of Harmon Sign will allow it to expand its manufacturing capacity in the Midwest and bring its total workforce to about 400 employees. Allen Industries purchased Harmon’s business and manufacturing assets and assumed leases for about 75,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space in
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Allen Industries Expands Facility in Clearwater

Clearwater, Florida — Allen Industries, a fast-growing designer and manufacturer of signage and architectural elements for retailers and chain restaurants, will celebrate its business expansion in Clearwater with an open house for invited guests on June 19. The Clearwater plant, under the leadership of David Allen, vice president of Allen Industries, recently added 4,500 square feet of office space, renovated existing office space and the manufacturing area, and added several pieces of updated equipment. The facility, located at 11351 49th Street North, totals about 60,000 square feet and employs 60 people. The company is now planning to hire another 20 employees for
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Allen Industries Expands Business in Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ — Allen Industries, a fast-growing manufacturer of signage and architectural elements for retailers and chain restaurants through the U.S. and the world, is expanding its business in Phoenix and plans to add more jobs. Allen Industries will host an open house for invited guests on Wednesday, Nov. 13 at its new facility at 5502 West Hadley Street in Phoenix. The company, headquartered in Greensboro, N.C., purchased the former Law’s Sign Company three years ago and absorbed that company’s 10 employees.  Limited by the building’s size, Allen purchased the Hadley Street building, which is three times larger, doubled its
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