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Kingspan Insulated Panels

| 9/27/2013
Maufacturing in Florida

A subsidiary of UK-based Kingspan Ltd., Kingspan Insulated Panels Inc. is focused on the design, manufacture and supply of high-performance building products and solutions for the construction industry worldwide. The selection of its DeLand facility as the firm’s new North American headquarters means the retention of 50 jobs, the addition of 30 more and a capital investment of $2.5 million.

“Central Florida is ideal for Kingspan’s North American headquarters and one of our key manufacturing facilities. It’s convenient for international travel and a strong business hub. There are abundant local and statewide market opportunities here in development of energy efficient buildings.”

— Joe Brash
President
Kingspan Insulated Panels

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