The Novatech Group


Headquarters: Ste. Julie, QC, Canada

Employees: 475

Product Lines: Steel and fiberglass entry doors, PVC garden and sliding doors. Decorative and standard doorlites, as well as venting and mini-blind units. Retractable screens. Custom glass.


2012 Top 100 Sales Range Category: $75 Million to $100 Million

General Information: Quebec-based Novatech expanded in Europe in 2011, opening a custom steel door panel manufacturing and distribution facility in Roanne, France. The move follows on the 2010 acquisition of Résiver Patio Doors, a specialty manufacturer of patio doors, including sliding and hinged PVC, wood, aluminum and hybrid products. Like Novatech, it serves door pre-hanger and window manufacturers. Founded in 1982, the Novatech Group is a vertically integrated company that fabricates glass, makes doorlites, manufactures steel and fiberglass doors, and extrudes and fabricates PVC operating in facilities that combined cover an area of more than 500,000 square feet. Focusing on door glass initially, the company diversified into manufacturing of PVC patio and garden doors in 1998. In 2003, the company began manufacturing steel entry doors and launched its fiberglass door business in 2007. The company now operates five facilities in its home town of Ste-Julie, Que. At its headquarters facility, it makes clear glass doorlites, venting units, integrated retractable mini-blinds, and decorative V-groove glass. Its Vernova Creations unit produces interior and exterior decorative glass doorlites, and also performs tempering, bevelling and glass cutting operations. Opened in 2002, Novatech Doors produces steel and fiberglass doors in its Quebec home town as well. Novaprofil Plastics houses extrusion and assembly of PVC components. Novaform bends PVC and hybrid window profiles and produces custom PVC door transom frames. In St-Agapit,Que., its Novavision unit produces retractable screens. Résiver operates two manufacturing sites in Beauceville, Que. and one in Kelowna, B.C.

Novatech’s steel door plant in Ste. Julie, Quebec.

In 2011, the company opened Novatech Europe in Roanne, France.

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