Alumicor welcomed into Apogee Family

We are pleased to announce that Alumicor has been acquired by Apogee Enterprises, a U.S. leader in commercial construction products and services for more than 60 years.
Alumicor expands Apogee’s North American footprint with our aluminum storefront, entrance, window and curtainwall products for Canadian non-residential markets.

Alumicor will continue to be managed by the same team.

Like Alumicor, Apogee believes strongly in customer partnership and strives to be supportive, collaborative members of your team. We will continue to support our customers with quality products, a high level of customer service, dependable schedules and on-time shipping.

More information about Alumicor, Apogee and the acquisition are available in our Press Release.


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