Friday, August 31, 2012

Aircraft cabinetmaker expanding in Sherwood

Posted By on Fri, Aug 31, 2012 at 11:09 AM

Custom Aircraft Cabinets, a North Little Rock-based cabinetmaking firm that supplies upholstery and cabinets to the aerospace industry, announced today that they're planning a new $5.9 million expansion into Sherwood. The plant will hire 150 new workers, at wages between $15 to $20 per hour. CAC's sister firm, Reliable Fire Protection, will also add 20 jobs at $20 per hour, bringing Reliable's total workforce to 70.

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