Pro-Line Expands in the United States

Pro-Line Automation is pleased to announce expansion into the United States with a new location in Akron, Ohio.

Pro-Line will be joining forces with Todd Tolson and Tom Whitehead two 20+ year veterans of the door and window industry.   “This new location is an exciting development for Pro-Line and will establish a sales and service point for our US based customers”, states Martin Davis VP Sales for Pro-Line Automation. “Having an established sales and service staff can only enhance our ability to support customers in the USA.The feedback from our existing clients has been overwhelmingly positive with this latest development. We welcome Todd and Tom into our Pro-line family.”      

“We had wanted to associate ourselves with a quality manufacturer to compliment our existing marketing efforts in the USA for some time now, and felt Pro-Line’s expansive product offering to the residential, commercial and industrial markets was a huge opportunity for all of us.”, says Tolson. Whitehead added, “we were very impressed with Pro-Line’s engineering and manufacturing capabilities in Toronto, and their ability to look for solutions to manufacturing issues is really what sealed the deal for us. We are very excited to tell the Pro-Line story to customers in the US.”

Pro-Line Automation was established 25 years ago and has been on the leading edge of product design and new product development in the door and window industry. From standard sawing , machining, welding and cleaning products to segment leading fully automated hung sash and casement production lines makes Pro-Line a full service provider to the residential vinyl window market. The latest Pro-Line developments with a manual and fully automated polyamide insertion systems and our class leading fabrication cells makes Pro-Line the most full line solution provider to the entire fenestration market.

600450 Pro-Line Expands in the United States
Date: 3 April 2013

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