CNBC National Spotlight on Woodways Custom Cabinetry

August 6, 2013   |   Behind the Woodwork, News, Showroom Scoop, Videos

West Michigan Cabinet Company Featured on CNBC for Innovative Use of CNC Technology

This Morning’s CNBC Segment Highlights Woodways Custom Cabinetry’s Contribution to “Rebirth” of American Manufacturing

Grand Rapids, Mich. – Staying competitive with larger corporations, Woodways custom cabinetry and furniture is busier than ever by manufacturing locally in Zeeland, MI, with computer-generated CNC equipment.

Using state-of-the-art CNC technology and software, Woodways is able to create computer-generated designs and details on their custom cabinetry – in their factory in Zeeland, MI. Even through the recession, Woodways was able to keep growing by using their resources and creating a quality product. “We’re happy to see that manufacturing is increasing in West Michigan and across the nation,” said co-owner, Suzanne Rudnitzki. “And we’re extremely excited to be in a national spotlight for our business efforts.”

Aside from innovative technology and equipment, Woodways is constantly staying up to date with current designs, products and trends. Even with manufacturing based out of America, their company has influences from all over the world. In their showrooms, you’ll find many American and European inspirations. “Everyone has different taste – which is the beauty of custom work,” said Designer, Jessica Fitnich. “As a custom company who manufactures all of our products, we’re able to create designs as far as our clients desire.”

The company has grown exponentially since it was taken over in 2007, and continues to do so with the housing market picking up. Woodways has showrooms in Grand Rapids, Zeeland, Chicago, and Mexico. Please visit woodwayscustom.com for more information.

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