Activity at Prelco's Montreal plant

Activity at Prelco's Montreal plant
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As part of Prelco’s 65th Anniversary activities, our Montreal facility was visited by some 100 clients and architects. A tour of our new facilities and a presentation of our new image were the focus of the day’s activities.

In the past year, our Montreal plant has expanded to allow the acquisition of new equipment. Among these, we have a new double convection tempering oven that offers superior optical quality, a very important aspect for Prelco. The expansion also resulted in the acquisition of a new automated sealed unit assembly line that will increase our production capacity.

In addition, our installations now include a mock-up curtain wall that will allow us to visualize the real appearance of the products we offer once installed on a building. It is a great tool that can help the architects with whom we work to make a more informed choice about the desired visual aspect of their project.

The Prelco Group is a company with six factories, one glazing company and over 650 employees in eastern North America. We are a leader in the manufacturing of value-added glass. We design and manufacture glazing products for commercial, institutional and high-rise residential buildings, as well as for specialty land, rail and marine vehicles and vessels. We rely on our business experience, the know-how of our highly skilled workforce, and state-of-the-art equipment to ensure our success.

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