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CWD Windows and Doors becomes Ply Gem


January 21, 2010
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CWD Windows and Doors becomes Ply Gem
Ply Gem has announced that its Canadian window and door manufacturing and distribution division, CWD Windows and Doors, will now be known as Ply Gem in Canada.

Jan. 20, 2010 – Ply Gem has announced that its Canadian window and door manufacturing and distribution division, CWD Windows and Doors, will now be known as Ply Gem in Canada. The renaming comes as part of the ongoing One Ply Gem initiative to leverage its resources across all divisions within the company and make it easier for customers to work with Ply Gem for multiple building product needs.

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“This move from ‘CWD’ to ‘Ply Gem’ creates a one-company organization that will give us the opportunity to expand our business in Canada,” said Bryan Sveinson, president, Ply Gem Canada. “It will also facilitate cooperative activities with other Ply Gem business units in the U.S. and allow us to benefit from the products and technology of all the different groups of Ply Gem. All of this is ultimately going to benefit our customers by giving them more options and a greater support system.”

CWD Windows and Doors opened in 1958 and became part of Ply Gem in 2004. Continuing operations under its new name, Ply Gem in Canada manufactures PVC windows and doors, wood windows and doors, aluminum clad wood windows and doors, and the hybrid Fusion window made with an aluminum exterior and PVC interior. Ply Gem Canada is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, and has eight branch locations throughout western Canada.

Ply Gem in Canada utilizes its own distribution infrastructure to deliver its products to customers in western Canada and into Ontario. The company also has international customers in the U.S., Europe and Asia, including China.


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1 Comment » for CWD Windows and Doors becomes Ply Gem
  1. Gary von Holwede says:

    Hello

    I have twenty year old casement CWD Windows in my house that require new window crank mechanisms. The gears are stripped and will open the windows but no longer close them fully. Are there replacement window cranks available to purchase for my old windows ?

    Thanks
    Gary

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