Sunshine Polishing Technology’s Move to Grand Junction is Getting Closer

Sunshine_SiteIt may not look like much right now, but soon it will. This week the City of Grand Junction closed on Lot 5 of the Jarvis Subdivision for the future new home of Sunshine Polishing Technology. On February 1, City Council unanimously approved a proposal for Sunshine Polishing to move its U.S. operations to Grand Junction.  Read the original release here: http://bit.ly/2k0KbYT.

The land sale was complete this week, and Sunshine Polishing hopes to begin construction on the site soon.  The site, which can be seen just off the Riverside Parkway south of the Riverside neighborhood, will be transforming, and more development coming to that area is expected to follow, so stay tuned!

Established in 1998 in British Columbia, Sunshine Polishing Technology is a world-renowned pioneer in plastic polishing. The company provides on-site services to improve cable transport systems at ski resorts and adventure parks across the U.S., Canada and Europe. More recently, the company has expanded its services to include restoration and more esthetic improvement solutions. The company relocated from Canada to Colorado in 2014 and, moving forward, Grand Junction will serve as North American headquarters. The company also has offices in Austria.

Sunshine Polishing Technology expects to move seven current employees to Grand Junction and will also be recruiting 4-8 new staff members by summer 2017. The company’s average salary is $57,269 per year.

For more information on Sunshine Polishing Technology, visit sunshinepolishing.com.

Contact:  Sam Rainguet, Communications Manager       970-244-1507 or samr@gjcity.org 

 

 

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