Inline Adds Pultrusion Capacity
Toronto-based Inline Fiberglass Ltd. reports it is increasing capacity in its pultrusion deparment by 30 percent. The move is designed to accommodate increased sales to existing customers, as well as additional manufacturer customers it will now be supplying.
“The additional business is attributed to several different reasons,” says Bernard Rokicki, Inline's COO. “It is our advanced technology that allows Inline to engineer and deliver the highest performing fiberglass products."
In addition to sales growth within Canada, "international companies are realizing the potential of fiberglass and Inline as the leader," Rokicki also points out. “It is our continued commitment to R&D that allows us to stay two steps ahead of our competition.”
Operating from two locations with 175,000 square feet of manufacturing space, Inline Fiberglass supplies pultruded fiberglass reinforcements and profiles, in addition to producing its own line of finished windows and doors. The company also supplies pultrusion technology and equipment, as well as non-fenestration related products.
A Window & Door Top 100 Manufacturer, Inline began operations in 1978, first focused on aluminum, and switched fully to fiberglass in 1992. The company now says it is the largest and oldest all-fiberglass window manufacturer.