Posts Tagged ‘ Pro-Line Automation ’

WinDoor Day 2: A Booming Rebirth

Nov 17th, 2016

WinDoor in Montreal swung into high gear on Wednesday, and nearly every exhibitor described an event that was much busier than last year’s trade show in Toronto. “It’s looking like a lot more engagement at this show,” said Graeme Morrison of Mennie Canada. “There are a lot of Quebec-based customers who are showing interest.” “The […]

GlassBuild Gets Moving with Machinery, More

Oct 19th, 2016

The 14th GlassBuild America show opened its run at the Las Vegas Convention Center today, and more than 400 exhibitors representing every aspect of the fenestration industry welcomed thousands of attendees. Machinery and equipment always have a big presence at GlassBuild, and the exhibition hall was filled with companies in those fields showcasing their products. […]

Pro-Line Automation Systems Opens New U.S. Facility

Apr 4th, 2016

In order to increase its presence stateside, Pro-Line Automation has acquired a 10,000-square-foot building conveniently located in the Cleveland-Akron (Ohio) area. According to the company, the move was made “in response to record-breaking U.S. sales.” “This expansion is an integral part of our long-term growth plan that includes providing 100 percent U.S.-based parts and service […]

Pro-Line Expands in the United States

Apr 1st, 2013

Pro-Line Automation, headquartered in Woodbridge, Ontario, announced today it will expand into the United States with a new location in Akron, Ohio. Pro-Line, a supplier of equipment for vinyl window manufacturing, will be joining forces with Todd Tolson and Tom Whitehead, who both have more than 20 years’ experience in the door and window industry. […]

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