TRACO to Build New Facility in Georgia

TRACO of Cranberry Township, Pa., has announced that it is going to build a new 180,000-square-foot facility in Bainbridge, Ga. The new facility is intended to augment the company's current capability to produce impact-resistant door and window systems for its retail and residential markets.

The company plans to locate the facility strategically to service the entire Southeast market, including Texas.

"Our strategy is to continue to meet the demands of the marketplace and best support our customers," said Robert P. Randall, president and chief executive officer. "TRACO is in an extraordinary position with proven products to meet the needs of our customers in the coastal area."

Specifically designed to meet strict building codes and the toughest coastal weather challenges, the company's impact products are tested to withstand the most severe hurricane force wind loads. The company manufacturers a complete line of custom-designed architectural, heavy commercial, commercial and residential rated doors, windows, storefront, entrances and impact-resistant doors and windows and blast products.


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