Woodgrain Millwork is one of the largest international millwork companies in the world. The company owns and operates plantation forests in Chile and emphasizes forest stewardship. Its products include doors, windows, patio doors, millwork, porch posts and decorative moulding. The origins of the company date back to 1954, when it opened its first moulding plant in Cedar City, Utah. In 1984 the company officially began doing business as Woodgrain Millwork. At that time, it employed approximately 1,000 associates with operations in Idaho, Oregon and Georgia. Since the 1980s, the company has acquired several new companies and has grown exponentially. It has a patio door plant in Greenville, Texas; DecraMold millwork plant in Oklahoma City; nearly 10 MillSource distribution sites throughout the United States; and Windsor Windows & Doors plants in Monroe, N.C., and West Des Moines, Iowa. Woodgrain Millwork has a location in Nampa, Idaho.