ACI Expands Distribution of FireLite Products

ACI Distribution has added two new distribution centers in Denver and Miami for Kirkland, Wash.-based Technical Glass Products (TGP) fire-rated glazing products.

Both ACI Distribution centers are UL-certified fabricators for TGP's FireLite® line of fire-rated glass products.

"The increase in ACI distribution centers for FireLite is providing more complete coverage across the U.S., making it even easier to obtain the number one wireless fire-rated glazing," says Devin Bowman, national sales manager for TGP. "Because ACI will be able to cut and label FireLite products, they can stock inventory and fulfill orders quickly. We are pleased to be working with such an exceptional company and look forward to continuing and strengthening our business relationship with them."

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