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  • Lincoln Windows & Patio Doors has launched a new Web site, www.lincolnwindows.com, redesigned to incorporate the company’s new brand identity and appeal to visitors with new colors and a clean, uncluttered design.  With development beginning in 2009, the new site is the result of a year of hard work by Lincoln’s in-house marketing team, officials note. Showcased on the... more »
  • Amber Grayson, a former sales and marketing executive with a hardware manufacturer and distributor, has started Grayson Group Sales & Marketing LLC to provide creative and technical representation to manufacturers of fenestration and building material components. With her background, Grayson offers expertise in new product launches, marketing and brand strategy, business bevelopment, cold... more »
  • Sunrise Windows, based in Temperance, Mich., has recalled and added 60 employees over the last few months to support its continued growth. "We anticipate as we head toward the fall season, we will need to hire additional staff to support our manufacturing needs,” says Gary Delman, president. Dealers appear to be rewarding the vinyl window and door manufacturer for its broad selection... more »
  • Hydro Aluminum’s Extrusion North America unit has sold its M2000 sliding patio door product line to Architectural Metals Inc. of St. Louis. The move is designed to enable Hydro to maximize internal resources and provide customers streamlined sales and service processes. Architectural Metals services manufacturers of products that use aluminum extrusion and sheet metal, including... more »
  • Atria Building Products, a manufacturer of wood and vinyl windows based in Johnstown, Ohio, officially closed its doors last week. David Gerhardt, president, attributed the decision to close to continued weakness in market, combined with additional regulatory burdens. "Atria would like to thank all of its customers, employees, and vendors for your loyalty during our 30-year run," ... more »
  • Haddon Windows LLC, previously operating as Accu-Weld, has changed its corporate name to Haddon Windows & Doors.  The name change is part of a strategic integration and revamp of the 29-year-old Accu-Weld and Speyer Door & Window, officials state. The Haddon family originally purchased AccuWeld, the manufacturer of windows and doors based in Bensalem, Pa., at the beginning of 2009.... more »
  • Wakefield Equipment, the Ohio-based supplier of window and door fabrication equipment has re-launched its Web site at www.wakefieldequipment.com. The re-designed site features a more user-friendly interface, site-wide search capabilities, video demonstrations of various pieces of equipment, new products, assembly line CAD drawings, downloadable product catalogs and more. more »
  • Interlock USA's expanded distribution facility. Interlock USA, a full-service window and door hardware supplier based in Reno, Nev., has increased storage capacity by more than 30 percent in its North American distribution center, company officials report. The company made the investment in order to accommodate a higher sales volume as well as additional product lines resulting from... more »
  • Production workers at the Champion Window manufacturing plant in Sharonville, Ohio, a small suburb north of Cincinnati, have voted against having the Iron Workers Shopmen's Local 468 represent them as a bargaining agent in future negotiations with Champion. The Cleveland-based union petitioned for an election in May to represent full and part-time window manufacturing production, maintenance, and... more »
  • Quanex Building Products Corp. has named August "Gus" Coppola senior vice president. Previously president of Quanex's Truseal Technologies, Coppola is leading Project Nexus, a new initiative in the Quanex Engineered Products Group, which supplies window and door components and other products under the Homeshield, Mikron and Truseal brand names. Coppola Project Nexus, a sales... more »