Deceuninck North America Revenue Climbs in 2018

Deceuninck North America Revenue Climbs in 2018
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Date: 26 February 2019

Company’s fenestration sales continue years-long growth streak.

Deceuninck North America’s total revenue climbed to an impressive $155.9 million in 2018. The increase continues a years-long growth streak for the North American operations. In seven years, the company has essentially doubled its revenue from $78.5 million in 2011 to nearly $156 million in 2018.

“Deceuninck North America continues to achieve strong growth in fenestration sales while outpacing the market,” said Filip Geeraert, president and CEO, Deceuninck North America. “Over the past five years, we’ve averaged doubledigit growth in fenestration.”

In 2019, Deceuninck North America marks a significant milestone — its 50th anniversary. From its humble beginning as Dayton Extruded Plastics in 1969, the company has grown to become an international leader in window and door profile systems. The company has received multiple awards from leading regional business publications for its sustained growth pattern, investment in employees and strong community relationships. As part of its Western expansion, growth remains strong at the company’s Fernley, Nevada facility.

Innovation, a key pillar of Deceuninck North America’s success, gained momentum in 2018 with several product introductions.

To meet a growing demand for high-performance windows with a modern aesthetic, the company introduced commercial and residential window systems designed specifically for the Western market.

The 326 window system, designed for the high-performance residential/light commercial markets, is ideal for multi-story, light commercial settings, including multi-family units, hotels and educational facilities. A new residential window system designed for the Western housing market is capable of thermal performance of 0.27 u-value and a DP35 rating. The system features three frame options that accommodate stucco construction and a standard sash.

The Revolution XL® Tilt & Turn window and door system is creating significant industry adoption by delivering a full suite of products – windows, a tilt/slide door and a terrace door. The Revolution XL Tilt & Turn system added a Passive House Edition window, a certified Passive House Component for cool and temperate climates.

Innergy® Rigid Thermal Reinforcements are available as structural mullion reinforcements for multi-lite window mullion applications. Their high flexural strength and extremely low thermal conductivity provide an alternative to aluminum reinforcements with superior thermal insulation performance, thermal break and condensation resistance.

“Even as we celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary this year, we are building the future by applying our experience to address immediate needs, drive innovations and create new trends,” Mr. Geeraert said.

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