By Nick Gilbert
Rhino Steel Buildings, a manufacturer of metal building solutions for structural requirements, has announced that it has been chosen by Andy's Deli and Mikolajczyk Sausage Shop, as its partner for its expansion projects.
Founded in 1918, Andy's Deli offers Polish sausage, other European meats and over 150 different food items. It sells to stores located across the country and hence requires buildings all over the United States. It is set to open an operation in Endeavor, Wisconsin in 2013. It will consist of a 2,000-square foot meat processing plant, store and offices. Around 50 people are expected to be employed in the initial stages of the project.
The company has commenced construction and Rhino will be providing four separate metal buildings that are prefabricated. These can be connected so that they form a single structure.
The buildings for meat processing plants possess sensitive temperature requirements. Rhino provides upgraded insulation that was a positive factor in choosing Rhino’s products. Rhino’s Pro-Value insulation product avoided the requirement for any heating facility in the building during winter.
The General Manager of Andy's Deli, Jacek Zak, stated that the company was impressed with Rhino’s steel building elements. It wanted to build its buildings by itself and the prefabricated kits from Rhino served the purpose.
In the next 10 years, Andy's Deli intends to build at least one sausage factory and processing facility along with Rhino.