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Technoform Expands North American Market Team

Sep 1st, 2014

Technoform Glass Insulation (TGI) expanded its North American market team with a new representative, Laura Woods. Woods has more than 20 years of business development experience across multiple industries. She has an undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and a MBA with a focus in marketing from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case […]

Technoform Glass Insulation Expands Service in Western Canada

Apr 8th, 2014

Technoform Glass Insulation North America Inc. (TGI NA) is now working with Coniston Products Ltd., based in Delta, British Columbia, to provide service throughout Western Canada. Coniston is wholesale supplier of glass, mirrors, IG spacer bars and screen components, as well as related door and window components. “We’re looking forward to working with Coniston to […]

Technoform Bautec Adds Technical Sales Representation in Quebec

Mar 10th, 2014

Technoform Bautec North America Inc. has announced that Quincaillerie Rabel Inc. will now be representing its products in Quebec. The collaboration builds upon Quincaillerie Rabel’s existing sales and distribution of Technoform Glass Insulation and expands Technoform Bautec’s sales representation throughout Quebec. “[Quincaillerie Rabel owner] John Rancourt has earned a reputation in the industry for his […]

Attendees Flock to Germany Seeking Fenestration Innovation

Mar 21st, 2012

The Fensterbau Frontale 2012 trade show, which focuses on doors, windows and facades, opened today at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg in Nuremberg, Germany, where big crowds are looking for the latest fenestration production, materials and product developments. The approximately 1,200 exhibitors on the show floor have not been disappointed, as they are planning to greet nearly 100,000 attendees at the event, which continues through March 24. Exhibits are generally geared toward the demands of the European market, with triple-glazing products and brightly colored extrusions prevalent. Stringent energy-efficiency codes, it seems, have made triple glazing a near-standard offering in Germany.