Schicker renews Diamon-Fusion’s license for second 5-year term

Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI), supplier and exclusive licensor of the Diamon-Fusion patented hydrophobic technology, signed a 5-year license agreement renewal with Schicker Luxury Bath Enclosures, DFI’s first licensee and a major force in the high-end shower door business in the San Francisco Bay area.Schicker Luxury Bath Enclosures, founded in 1980 by Swiss immigrant Peter Schicker, is a highly reputable shower door contracting company and has clientele that include large contractors and home centers, such as Home Depot, not to mention many well-known kitchen and bath companies.

The company has expanded its business every year and for the last 5 years, the Diamon-Fusion process has played an important role in that growth.

“Diamon-Fusion has proven to be an excellent added value to our line of shower enclosures and has certainly been a key element in the consistent growth of our business," said Peter Schicker, president of Schicker Shower Doors. "We are pleased to sign a 5-year extension license renewal since it has demonstrated to be a necessary added feature in our glass products and the demand in the market place has proven that to be the case”.

Adam Zax, president and CEO of DFI, said after the signing of the renewal: “We are very proud and pleased since this renewal represents a milestone not only for DFI but also for the U.S. glass market in general since our patented process has now had an excellent track record for over 5 years in the market place."

600450 Schicker renews Diamon-Fusion’s license for second 5-year term
Date: 10 March 2003
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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