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Deceuninck North America Adds State-Of-The-Art Equipment At Its Monroe, Ohio, Manufacturing Center

Area Development Online News Desk (01/07/2014)
Deceuninck North America of Monroe, Ohio, a designer and manufacturer of high-quality systems for windows, doors, and outdoor living, recently upgraded and expanded its lamination capability with the addition of state-of-the-art equipment. The firm, a division of the Belgium-based Deceuninck Group, added three PVC lineal lamination lines to meet consumer demand for a wider variety of color customization options.

PVC lamination involves the covering of PVC lineals with a high-performance laminate that adds wood grains and colors, enhancing the look and quality of window framing in commercial and residential buildings. Plans for additional expansion are already in the works to ensure customer satisfaction in meeting future lamination demands, the company said.

"The demand for lamination tripled in the past year," said Filip Geeraert, President and CEO of Deceuninck North America. "Deceuninck's addition of three new lamination lines reflects our commitment to meeting this demand for more customized color solutions that conform to design specifications and help businesses and homeowners give their space a signature look. This expansion allows us to continue to provide the high level of service that our customers expect."

Deceuninck North America encompasses fully-integrated design, compounding, tooling, extrusion and quality assurance disciplines for the production of vinyl window and door systems and composite applications for the building industry at its corporate headquarters in Monroe, Ohio. The firm’s North America division is part of the Belgium-based Deceuninck Group, an integrated global organization specializing in compounding, tool fabrication, design, development, extrusion, finishing of uPVC window systems and composite applications for the building industry.

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