Distribution Production  
&
Viracon and RJ Aluminum  
Announce Marketing Partnership  
iracon Inc. and RJ Aluminum other organization will be of highest ben-  
“We are excited to enter this rela-  
(
RJA) have developed a market- efit to our mutual customers, providing tionship with Viracon to provide a sin-  
ing initiative to promote and inte- the customer with a creditable supplier gle-source solution to glazing contractors  
grate each other’s products and services. from glass fabrication through the shop in need of a carrier frame extrusion,  
V
Through this joint marketing initia- glazing of carrier frames.”  
tive with RJ Aluminum, Viracon is able  
to offer our glazing customers further the company to eliminate its internal Ramey.“Both organizations agree that we  
peace of mind and ease of doing busi- tape and channel fabrication. can confidently refer our customers to  
ness when they require tape and chan-  
RJA specializes in the fabrication the other because of our mutual commit-  
shop-glazed to glass fabricated by the  
This referral arrangement will allow industry leader,”says RJA co-owner Dave  
nel solutions,” says Garret Henson, vice of storefront and curtainwall systems, ment to quality of products and services.”  
president of sales at Viracon. “RJ Alu- as well as shop glazing carrier frame  
minum is a known and proven source systems. It has experience with both Triview Adds Second  
of high-quality solutions and customer structural silicone glazing and VHB Tempering Line  
service,and that is a perfect combination structural glazing tape. RJA capabili-  
Triview Glass Industries is expanding.  
to add to our portfolio of offerings. This ties include all-carrier frame cutting The company recently purchased its sec-  
agreement to refer our customers to the and assembly, as well as sequencing ond tempering line, an 84-by-168-inch  
the glass for installation.  
LandGlass Super-Air from IGE Glass  
Technologies, that increases insulating,  
laminating and fabrication department  
capacities by 40 to 50 percent.  
“Buying a second LandGlass furnace  
was an easy decision,”says Triview pres-  
ident Alex Kastaniuk. “We’ve had great  
success with our original furnace, and  
the IGE team treats us like family.”  
CRL Earns  
PrhroeedprouducctstfrAompCRpL-Ur.So. Avlumainlum  
have earned Florida Product Approval  
GGI Expands Warehouse  
Space, Distribution Capacity  
General Glass International (GGI)  
opened a new 95,000-square-foot  
warehouse and distribution center in  
Avenel, N.J., for its specialty, laminated  
and float glass products.  
The company also expanded its  
fleet of specialized glass delivery  
trucks, which will enable expedited  
deliveries throughout the northeast,  
according to the company.  
“The opening of the warehouse, the  
increased level of stock on hand, and  
the additions to our fleet of trucks en-  
sures our customers get fast and timely  
delivery of the glass they need, when  
they need it,” says GGI executive vice  
president Richard Balik. n  
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by the Florida Department of Business  
and Professional Regulation. According to a re-  
lease from CRL, this signifies full compliance  
with Florida building codes. The approved prod-  
ucts are the Monterey S55 and S80 bi-folding  
doors, as well as the Series D900 impact-resis-  
tant terrace door.  
We take pride in our ability to engineer  
products that meet stringent performance re-  
quirements for specific markets,” says Gerald  
Hendrick, president of U.S. Aluminum. “These  
approvals give project teams in the state of  
Florida peace of mind knowing that our prod-  
ucts will meet code.”  
CRL’s Monterey S55 and S80 bi-folding  
doors now have Florida Product Approval for  
stringent performance requirements.  
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