REHAU CEO Dr. Kathleen Saylor speaks during the ribbon cutting ceremony.
REHAU CEO Dr. Kathleen Saylor speaks during the ribbon cutting ceremony.

REHAU has announced a partnership with Four Seasons for the fabrication of its System 700 and System 1400 window lines, and System 4500 door line. A formal ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Sept. 16 at the Four Seasons manufacturing facility in Holbrook, N.Y.

“Four Seasons shares a number of important business fundamentals with REHAU, including a longstanding reputation as a premier manufacturer, a keen industry foresight regarding the importance of energy efficiency and a sincere dedication to delivering innovative, high-quality products within a dynamic marketplace,” says REHAU CEO Dr. Kathleen Saylor.

Some of those products include the use of the CONSERVAGLASS PLUS glass system, “engineered to make a notable and competitive difference in sunroom temperature management,” according to Brian Guyer, market development manager, doors and windows, at REHAU.

“The CONSERVAGLASS PLUS glass package also now will be integrated with REHAU’s high-performance vinyl profiles, resulting in a superior window that also qualifies for the $1,500 federal tax credit through the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act,” he adds.

Four Seasons CEO Patrick Marron, who also attended the ceremony, said, “We are very pleased with the support REHAU has provided in our fabrication ramp-up, and excited about the widened market channels these new window lines will allow us to explore.”

Local dignitaries including New York State Sen. Brian Foley and Islip Town Supervisor Phil Nolan, Legislator Bill Lindsay and Councilman Christopher D. Bodkin, among others, also attended to show their recognition of the partnership’s positive business effects on the region.

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