PFI Displays Increases Manufacturing, Warehousing And Fulfillment Capabilities

PFI Displays Increases Manufacturing, Warehousing And Fulfullment Capabilities With 104,000 Square Foot Expansion In 37th Year

PFI Displays, headquartered in Rittman, purchased a 104,000 square foot facility in Orrville, OH. The new facility doubles PFI’s current space and will serve all aspects of its business offerings by increasing available space for warehousing, manufacturing and customer fulfillment programs.

PFI Displays is a leader in designing and manufacturing custom retail displays, environments, and kiosks, as well as trade show exhibits, corporate lobbies, and museum exhibits.

Anthony Tricomi, President and CEO, says, “The new addition will provide added value to our clients by facilitating better service, increasing organized warehouse space for storing exhibits between trade shows, and boosting our fulfillment capacity for drop shipping to stores and showrooms.”

“The updated look of PFI’s offices has inspired clients to think about the first impression visitors have of their own companies upon entering the lobby. It shows that without a doubt, PFI is on the leading edge of design innovation and trends,” added Tricomi.

This isn’t the first time PFI has expanded. In 1990, PFI added a 28,000 square foot addition, bringing its manufacturing space to a total of 72,000 square feet. Late in 2006, the company also purchased new Computer Numerical Control (CNC) routing equipment to better serve its display and exhibit clients. The front offices have been remodeled throughout with new architectural treatments, a sweeping corporate lobby design, and an updated Design Resource Center.

PFI Displays designs and manufactures display and exhibit solutions for a variety of industries. “Our business is changing every day, with every project we take on,” stated Jim Tricomi, VP of Sales. “We have developed displays and exhibits for just about anything — flooring, medical imaging software, retail banking, faucets, binoculars, toilets, ovens, cookies and even caskets,” he added.