Crystal Pacific Reports Successful 2012
Crystal Pacific Window & Door Systems, the vinyl window manufacturer which opened a new factory in Riverside, Calif., last year, reports it exceeded revenue expectations for 2012 despite a very challenging economy and normal issues faced by any company in its first year of operation. The start-up operation says it saw steady monthly growth in sales since commencing operations in January through December of the past year, closing the books with approximately $2 million in total sales for 2012.
“We are extremely pleased with our consistent steady growth in both sales revenues and numbers of customers since our startup in January 2012. Customers and prospects alike are increasingly recognizing and appreciating the quality and value Crystal Pacific offers,” says Albert Toledo, Crystal Pacific operations manager. “We are approaching corporate profitability sooner than expected.”
“Crystal Pacific’s achievement is all the more notable since the home improvement, construction and real estate markets, while improving, continue to be far from healthy and robust,” says Thomas Chen, president and owner of Crystal Pacific, as well as founder and president of New York-based Crystal Window & Door Systems. “We’re off to a great start and I foresee success for many years to come.”
Based in Riverside, Crystal Pacific has sales distribution branches in Glendale and San Diego, Calif. Having expanded its mainstay Vista vinyl window and sliding door product line offerings, the manufacturer is currently launching a new upscale vinyl line.