Opening new plant in North Carolina (US)
After last year’s official launch of Reynaers’ entry into the North American market at Phoenix, Reynaers US takes it to the next step. On the 1st of May we opened our new production plant in Charlotte (North Carolina). This new production plant wants to meet the huge interest and demand for Reynaers’ aluminium systems on the east coast of the US market.
The new production plant covers an area of 55,000 ft², including 1,300 ft² office space. Currently 10 employees are working at the new production plant in Charlotte. However this will be increased on short term to a staff of about 25 people.
In the meantime Reynaers US has secured a select network of reputable dealers, fabricators, installers, architects and builders across the US, who specify its expansive portfolio of aluminum window and door solutions to create some of the finest homes and buildings in the country. With the new production plant, Reynaers US wants to support further growth in the US and Canada and offer an even better and faster service towards their clients.
With the benefit of being manufactured in America and designed in Europe, the Reynaers product offer includes its distinctive Hi-Finity sliding doors, folding doors, sliding doors, panoramic windows and curtain walls – all integral solutions to creating inspirational designs that allow maximum light, breath-taking views and sustainable energy values.
"Reynaers, Inc. has developed a market-leading product range that promises to provide a new generation of aluminum systems to the North America market,” said Graham Walsh, Reynaers North America CEO. “We are very pleased that our offering is proving popular with American architects and builders, who feel our extensive portfolio of aluminum glazing products, European design concepts and unprecedented technical support add value to their business. We look forward to a mutually supportive and lucrative partnership in North America that reflects the leadership and values of Reynaers, which celebrated last year its 50-year anniversary.”