Eco Building Products, Inc., announced today that Jacuzzi®, one of the world's leading spa manufacturers, has agreed to move forward with Eco Building Products, Inc. as their manufacturing partner for the production of the protected lumber for export into Mexico.
Jacuzzi is the name that defines the hot tub experience. Social and private, fun and relaxing, Jacuzzi completely satisfies and leaves you wanting more. Known for innovation, Jacuzzi is the company that started the modern hot tub industry. This California based creative company is always looking to lead the world in innovation and it was for this reason they have selected ECOB as the advance framing lumber technology for the fabrication of their skirt structures. The channel niche business opportunity supports great business for Eco's Colton facility and its strategic plans to support our Government when it comes to finding more export business with this new Eco Friendly Technology, as well as being good for Jacuzzi when it comes to building with this advanced framing lumber.
Popular for use in the pre-fab industry, Canadian Spruce lumber is received at Eco's coating facility in Colton, California which is then treated with Eco Red Shield lumber coatings and Eco Armor paint, providing unparalleled, eco-friendly protection on lumber. Eco Armor complements our Eco Red Shield lumber protection by adding UV and moisture protection, safeguarding original American traditions, while further enhancing our green movement by utilizing recycled paint that could have ended up in our landfills or sewers. The newly protected lumber is then loaded onto trucks and shipped into Mexico for fabrication of spas that will ultimately get shipped all around the world. At Eco, we are very excited about this type of business as it proves our export model with respect to adding value to the lumber commodity for use as finished goods.
"As the Founder of this great American company, I can tell you that the Team here at Eco all shares a common bond; that those that came to this America had the simple idea that memories from the past cannot take over our dreams of the future and beyond," stated Steve Conboy, President/CEO, Eco Building Products, Inc. "As we do our part to help Washington create export business that can support job growth here in the U.S., we are excited about this new business with great companies like Jacuzzi. To date we have received 197,598 board feet and this is great business outside of what we do in housing," added Conboy.
To learn more about what we are doing, please visit our website at: www.ECOB.net and checkout the latest issue of ECOB's digital magazine, The Shield, by visiting this link: http://issuu.com/ecobworldnews/docs/the_shield_march_2014