Maritech Windows Files for Chapter 7 BankruptcyJune 26th, 2014 by DWM Magazine
Carrollton, Texas-based Maritech Windows has filed for voluntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the Northern District of Texas, Dallas division. The company estimates its assets as $100,001 to $500,000 and estimates its liabilities as $500,001 to $1 million, according to its petition for bankruptcy.
Daniel Crawford, Maritech Windows’ chief financial officer, signed the petition.
Formed in 2007, the company has a 140,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Carrollton that is dedicated to supplying window and door products to Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and surrounding states, according to the Maritech’s website.
“Maritech Windows is a family owned and operated company with the combined experience of more than 50 years in the window and door industries,” according to the site.
Maritech officials could not be reached for comment at press time; its phone number had been disconnected.
More than 1,400 companies are named as creditors in the 172-page bankruptcy petition.
Among its creditors are the following industry-related companies: Acadian Millwork Inc.; Accurate Technology; Advanced Glass Block; AGC Flat Glass; Allmetal; Alumco Aluminite; Alpha Glass; the American Architectural Manufacturers Association; American Window Systems; America’s Glass Association; Amesbury; Aquasurtech; Ashland Hardware; Bavarian Polymers USA Inc.; Besten Equipment; Burris Windows; Caldwell; Cardinal IG; Circle City Glass Co.; C.R. Laurence Co. Inc.; Crawford Windows; Custom Glass Products; DAC Products; Deco Products; Edgetech; Erdman Automation; Exclusive Windows and Doors; FDR Design; Fenetech; Ferco Architectural Hardware; Forever Green Windows; Frank Lowe Rubber & Gasket; G-U Hardware; Gallery Windows and Doors; GED Integrated Solutions; Gossen Corp.; Guardian Industries; HB Fuller; Henderson Door and Millwork; Henkel Corp.; Industrial Sales Corp.; Joseph Machine Co.; Lamatek; MFM Building Products; National Fenestration Rating Council; Nordson Corp.; Olathe Millwork; Old South Millwork; PPG Industries; Quanex; Rehau Construction; Ringer Windows; Roto Fasco Canada; Royal Plastics; Sika Corp.; Sommer and Maca; Sturtz Machinery; Texas Window Industries; Thermoplastics; Trulite Glass; Truth Hardware; Ultrafab; Urban Machinery; Veka; Vision Industries; Vitro America; and Weiss USA.