We cannot give definite answer. Too many variables.
It is likely the shop is higher humidity than the eventual location. Assuming you apply the finish in the shop you are sealing in higher humidity at that time.
The finish is a seal, but not a moisture resistant barrier. It will reduce the moisture movement, but not eliminate. The wood will always attempt to get to moisture equilibrium with its surroundings.
The thickness of the finish will also affect the rate of moisture movement, but even a thick coats just slows it down, but not prevent the movement.
Odds are that if the doors stick in the shop, they should eventually not stick in the final location. However, if this were my project, I would want them to not stick even in the shop.