Stockton Products is excited to announce its newest facility and has signed a lease on a 55,000 square foot building in the 4700 block of West Van Buren Street with easy access to I-10 and the 202 Loop South.

Based in North Las Vegas, Nevada, Stockton Products is a leading manufacturer of welded wire corners, extruded aluminum, metal trims and custom metal brakeshapes for the construction marketplace.

Since its founding in 1949, Stockton has grown rapidly as a pioneer in the manufacture of welded wire for the stucco market and now a market leader in specialty metal components for the commercial and residential construction industry. With the expansion in Phoenix, Stockton will be able to address a broader range of industries for its planned state of the art metal fabrication capability according to Stockton President Paul McMinn. “Our investment in precision fabrication capability will allow us to not only meet the needs of our current markets but enable us to enter other markets such as solar, automotive and aerospace with a level of automation that will support future growth capacity in a constrained workforce environment.” Stockton will be operational in the new facility on June 1st but will maintain its wire manufacturing operations on 43rd avenue for the near future. The Van Buren facility will be a mix of metal fabrication and distribution warehouse with a rail spur for handling raw materials from steel coil to finished goods in the same building. Planned operations include shearing, CNC controlled fiber laser cutting, punching, and bending the metal shapes and the final phase of automating those processes. Some of Stockton’s roll forming capacity will be moved from its Livermore, CA facility to meet the growth needs in the valley that were underserved. The company’s products are sold through national and regional building materials dealers who in turn service the contractor market.

The company currently operates six manufacturing facilities in the West, Southwest, and delivered to over thirty-eight states, Canada, and Mexico in 2021.