Chris Conway, chairman and CEO of Baldwin Filters' parent company Clarcor Inc, said: “Our Baldwin business is a principal driver of Clarcor’s success, and we are excited to expand Baldwin’s capacity to handle anticipated growth over the next decade.”
 
The project is expected to take approximately two years to complete, with groundbreaking this spring.
 
“Not only will we improve our warehousing and distribution capabilities, but the new facility should allow us to address inefficiencies with off-site storage and free up additional manufacturing space so that Baldwin can make an even broader array of products, achieve greater production efficiencies and advance its efforts to develop new and exciting engine filtration technologies. We expect to see capacity and efficiency gains as a result of this project,” said Conway.