Roto Fasco Canada, Inc. Celebrates Opening of New Building

From L to R: Adrian Steenson, Dr. Eckhard Keill, Marcus Sander, Chris Dimou, Jens Busse, and Robert Furgiuele
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From L to R: Adrian Steenson, Dr. Eckhard Keill, Marcus Sander, Chris Dimou, Jens Busse, and Robert Furgiuele | Photo: rotonorthamerica.com
Roto Fasco Canada, Inc. recently celebrated the opening of their new building in Mississauga, Canada with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

This is a great investment in North America and shows that there is continuous support towards future development of the company.

The new building is equipped to sustain the growth patterns that RFC has experienced over the last 7 years. Improvements include 58% more space, an improved layout leading to a better workflow, and an improved logistic efficiency. The company held a celebration to honor the new production space, updates to the offices, and the investment in the infrastructure.

Roto executives Dr. Eckhard Keill, Global CEO; Marcus Sander, incoming CEO of the Window and Door division; and Jens Busse, Director Western Hemisphere also joined from Roto’s Corporate Headquarters for the ribbon cutting of the new building.

Chris Dimou, President & CEO said, “This is the next step in an exciting time at Roto Fasco Canada. We have significantly invested in the company and have seen the rewards of everyone’s hard work. Roto Fasco has doubled in growth after the 2012 acquisition, and as we look toward the future, I strongly believe that our greatest accomplishments lie ahead of us.”

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