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Anderson & Forrester

May 21, 2020

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Anderson & Forrester, founded in 1928 and a leader in orifice and conversion fitting needs, announced they will relocate their Denver operations to Clearwater, Kansas. The company credits Kansas’ highly skilled workforce and low cost of living as two of the primary reasons for the move. Anderson & Forrester will employ approximately 10 people and occupy a 7,5000 square foot manufacturing space in the Clearwater Business Park. “We’re excited to make Clearwater our company’s home,” President & CEO Michele Nordahl said. “It’s a great fit for our company as a manufacturing leader because of the skilled labor and also its competitive advantages related to traffic and cost of living compared to Colorado.


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