JEB Launches their New Website

Date: 19 November 2008
Source: J.E. Berkowitz, LP
J.E. Berkowitz, LP (JEB), architectural glass fabricator for both the domestic and international markets, unveils its new website.

Over a year ago, JEB announced the opening of their 200,000 square foot world-class plant and offices located in Pedricktown, NJ. With new state-of-the-art facilities to manufacture their products, the next step was to upgrade the website to reflect the expanded capabilities and products.

The new site retains its wealth of information about the company and products the customers have been accustomed to, while incorporating many new features and a sleek modern appearance. Some of the hot new attributes include a detailed overview of the product line including color options, applications, and printable specifications; product warranties; a keyword search; upcoming events; and a resource section with valuable industry tools. The revamped website takes advantage of improvements in website design and Internet technology. “Our new website reflects who JEB is today and how we can better support architects and our customers.

The new website technology allows us to update and make improvements easier and faster, keeping the site a contemporary resource for architects and customers,” says Michael Nicklas, Sales and Marketing Manager for JE Berkowitz, LP.

To view the new website please visit

JE Berkowitz, LP (est. 1920) is a leading architectural glass fabricator. Its products include Tempered Glass, Insulating Glass, Spandrel Glass, Silk Screened Glass, Glass Doors and Entrances, Laminated Glass, and Point Supported Systems for the domestic and overseas architectural markets. The family-owned glass business is located in Pedricktown, N.J., with over 200,000 square feet of plant space and 250 employees.

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