Fred D. Fulton Joins Bendheim Wall Systems Sales Team Representing Ontario and Quebec, Canada

 Bendheim Wall Systems, Inc. welcomes Fred D.

Fulton and his firm, F1 Glazing Solutions, Inc., as its Sales Representative for the Ontario and Quebec provinces in Canada.

Fred brings to Bendheim more than 25 years of industry experience, accompanied by long-standing relationships with many Canadian architects and glaziers. His long history in the glazing industry began as he grew up in the family business, Fulton Windows. Fulton started his sales representative business, F1 Glazing Solutions, Inc., after Fulton Windows was sold to Oldcastle, Inc.

“Fred’s extensive experience in the glazing industry makes him a wonderful resource for the architects and glaziers in Quebec and Ontario,” said Michael Tryon, General Manager of Bendheim Wall Systems. “His firm’s complementary product lines enhance his ability to contribute throughout a project’s development. We are confident that Fred’s expertise, together with Bendheim’s channel glass wall systems, will be a great asset to the Canadian glazier and architectural design communities”

Fred holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of Waterloo. He enjoys family life, reading, travel, and sports.

Bendheim Wall Systems, Inc. is North America's experienced leader in channel glass wall systems and the exclusive distributor of Lamberts channel glass. For more information about Bendheim Wall Systems, please call 1-800-221-7379 or visit

600450 Fred D. Fulton Joins Bendheim Wall Systems Sales Team Representing Ontario and Quebec, Canada

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