ODL Celebrates 60 Years of Innovations

In conjunction with opening a new Customer Center, ODL of Zeeland, Mich., is celebrating 60 years as a leader in the door-glass industry. ODL has consistently provided quality products and a commitment to service throughout the past 60 years, according to Angelo Marasco, director of marketing.

"ODL developed the first molded door-glass frame in the late 1940s and has continued a history of innovations designing the first insulated door-glass system for steel doors and the first blind sealed between panels of safety glass," says Marasco.

Since its founding, ODL has upheld the importance of manufacturing first-rate products and providing exceptional customer service, as set forth by founder Cy Mulder, according to a company release. What started out as a small, home-run business during World War II, grew into an art-and-craft novelty shop and, today, is a respected leader in the door-glass industry. To continue the tradition of customer satisfaction for the next 60 years and beyond, ODL's new Customer Center was built to better serve customers. The center, located within ODL's Zeeland manufacturing facility, will provide adequate space for current operations and room to grow in the future as new employees are added.

"We are proud of our company history, innovations and commitment to meeting the needs of our customer's," says Marasco. "Our suppliers, customers and employees have been instrumental in the success of ODL as we strive to live up to our company motto: Building Value into Building Products®."

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