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Jamie VandenBerge Named General Manager of idX Virginia


idX Corporation, the global solution provider for consumer environment design, manufacturing, rollout and installation, has named Jamie VandenBerge general manager of idX Virginia.

Jamie VandenBerge

VandenBerge joined idX parent company Universal Forest Products (“UFP”), soon to be UFP Industries, in 2008 and spent more than three years with the national purchasing team before serving on the UFP Saginaw and UFP Hillsboro sales teams. He was named sales manager at UFP Hillsboro in 2015, sales manager at UFP Washington in 2016, and GMO at UFP Washington in Snohomish in 2017.

idX Virginia, with operations in Fredericksburg, is the decor and graphics hub for idX, as well as the East Coast manufacturing and distribution hub.

VandenBerge reports to Scott Stewart, VP of operations for idX.

“We are extremely excited to welcome someone of Jamie’s energy and enthusiasm to idX,” said Stewart. “Jamie will be instrumental in the continued integration of the best of idX and UFP, and I expect him to make an immediate impact on the evolution of our Virginia team.”

Headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, with more than 20 offices worldwide, idX is one of the largest retail environment manufacturers in the industry.

About idX Corporation

idX Corporation is the premier custom solution provider for consumer environment design, manufacturing, rollout and installation. To meet the needs of global customers, idX has built a network of facilities and offices worldwide housing more than 3 million square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space, and nearly 1,300 dedicated idX employees. idX’s portfolio reflects some of the best-known names in retail, hospitality, convenience, food service, and finance, including; Adidas, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, BP, Calvin Klein, Canteen, Chase Bank, Coach, CVS, Disney, Family Dollar, FedEx, Foot Locker Inc., Ford, Google, HBC, KFC, Kroger, Michael Kors, Pandora, Samsung, Sephora, Shell, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Target, TJX Companies, Total Wine, Uber, Walmart, and more. For more information, visit:

Source: idX Corporation