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  • Thompson Creek Window Company announces its partnership with the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Falls Church, Va., Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. As a mainstay supplier of the RMHC of DC, Thompson Creek is providing a guest suite for families for an entire year, helping cover the fees it costs to run the House operations. Thompson Creek is also a caring partner for the RMHC of Baltimore,... more »
  • AGC Residential Fabrication added CNC V-Groove equipment at its Boardman, Ohio, plant to better support window and door manufacturers’ need for more distinctive glass designs and differentiation, the company reports. The Boardman plant also expanded its outsourcing capabilities to better serve window and door manufacturers. AGC offers approximately 20 standard V-Groove designs, along with... more »
  • Slide Clear will introduce an innovative new screen solution to the North American market at GlassBuild America 2015, which starts Wednesday, September 16 and runs through September 18 in Atlanta. With an all-new, state-of-the-art design, the Varro screen solution meets market demand for durability and flexibility, while maintaining its marquis feature of simplicity, according to the company. The... more »
  • Deceuninck North America will unveil a suite of new products and services at this year’s GlassBuild America, which starts today, September 16, and runs through the September 18 in Atlanta. The company will introduce four new initiatives at its booth, #1703: the .eos Patio Door, ICON 8650: Multitrack Sliding Door System, .27 Window and Deceuninck Commercial. “Part of our core purpose... more »
  • Jeld-Wen acquired Karona Inc., a manufacturer of specialty stile and rail doors based in Caledonia, Michigan. Karona will become part of Jeld-Wen’s North American doors business unit. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. The acquisition strengthens Jeld-Wen’s position in the North America specialty stile and rail (wood) door market, and signifies a period of rapid growth for... more »
  • Jeld-Wen Inc. has quietly moved its global headquarters from Klamath Falls to Charlotte, N.C., as it reportedly plans a $4 billion initial public offering. The Oregonian reported that Oregon state corporate records show that the company, founded in 1957, changed its registration to Delaware on July 14. The Charlotte Business Journal reported this week that Jeld-Wen Holdings Inc. now calls the... more »
  • Loewen launched its redesigned website, which aims to provide Loewen’s partners and customers with content that is clear, up to date, and easy to access across all types of platforms, according to the company.  The site was redeveloped with feedback from many industry professionals. The company reports it provides a streamlined experience with improved navigation and easy access to... more »
  • RPM acquired the assets of an Ontario based manufacturer, Maple Roll Forming. “This acquisition fits nicely into our growth plans and we are looking forward to building on the loyal customer base that Maple Roll Forming has established,” says a company release. “To our new clients, rest assured that we will do everything to strengthen your future with quality steel, and... more »
  • Soft-Lite Windows plans to introduce FlexScreen window screens into its window products this month. “Soft-Lite is constantly evolving. We are dedicated to continuously improving and introducing cutting-edge new products and options so that we, as well as our dealers and distributors, can remain at the forefront of the industry,” explains Tyson Schwartz, Soft-Lite’s vice... more »
  • Solar Innovations Inc. was recognized on Inc.’s 5000 list for 2015, which showcases the fastest growing privately-owned companies in America that have displayed noteworthy and steady revenue growth in the previous calendar year. The company reportedly made the list by exhibiting significant team growth and a steady net gain throughout 2014. Solar participates in Pennsylvania’s JCTC... more »