Sierra Pacific Windows acquires assets of Semco Windows and Doors

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Sierra Pacific Windows mentioned in Tuesday that it has made an agreement to purchase the assets of Merrill, Wisconsin-based Semco Windows and Doors.

Sierra Pacific’s acquisition of Semco’s 275,000 square feet main manufacturing facility and production equipment add to its already existing operations in Merrill.

The added facilities allow the company to expand its production capacity. It also enables them to sustain nationwide growth for demand of its wood and vinyl products.

“The purchase of these assets will pave the way for some much-needed additional production capacity in both our wood and vinyl product lines,” said President Tom Takach.

For around eight decades, Semco manufactured many wood products used for log houses, customized structures and modular homes.

Three generations of the Semling family has managed the company’s operations.

Before shutting down operations on December 31, 2019, Semco had over 300 people in Merrill some time ago.

“The newly acquired manufacturing space represents an additional 25% square footage, beyond our existing 1.1 million square feet. While the closure of Semco is very unfortunate, we are grateful for the opportunity to expand and stay ahead of the incredible growth of the Sierra Pacific Windows brand and all our product lines. While Sierra Pacific Windows will not be manufacturing Semco’s products, we are grateful to the Semling family, and will continue to honor their legacy of being a quality window manufacturer, solid employer, and members of the community in Merrill,” he said.

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