TRACO to Build New Facility in Georgia
Cranberry Township, PA – TRACO has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Development Authority of Bainbridge and Decatur County Georgia to build a 180,000 sq. ft facility in Bainbridge, Georgia.The new facility will augment TRACO’s current capability to produce impact resistant window and door systems for its retail and residential markets.
Bainbridge is located on the banks of the Flint River in the southwest corner of Georgia approximately 45 miles north of Tallahassee, Florida and is strategically located to service the entire southeast market including Texas.
"Our strategy is to continue to meet the demands of the marketplace and best support our customers," explains Robert P. Randall, President & CEO of TRACO.“TRACO is in an extraordinary position with proven products to meet the needs of our customers in the coastal areas,” Randall added.
TRACO’s Impact Resistant Window and Door Systems bring an expertise and understanding of the unique needs of coastal area markets with the right products, the right technology, and the right approach. Specifically designed to meet strict building codes and the toughest coastal weather challenges, TRACO Impact products are tested to withstand the most severe hurricane force wind loads. TRACO's unique window & door systems have helped to earn TRACO a reputation as an industry leader on a global scale with service from Texas to Maine, the Caribbean, Central and South America and the Pacific Rim Islands.
TRACO manufacturers a complete line of custom-designed architectural, heavy commercial, commercial and residential rated windows, doors, storefront, entrances, and impact resistant windows and doors and blast products. The company’s five manufacturing facilities, totaling approximately 2 million square feet, are located in Cranberry Township, PA (north of Pittsburgh), Johnson City, TN, Kingsport, TN, Red Oak, IA and Miami, FL.TRACO manufactures products for retrofit, new construction and historic projects utilizing state-of-the-art systems. The company’s capabilities include – glass laminating and tempering, anodizing, paint finishing, aluminum extruding and glass insulating.
Established in 1943 by Mae and E.R. Randall, TRACO now employs more than 1,800 employees. TRACO memorable landmark projects include handcrafting the windows for the crown of the Statue of Liberty and manufacturing more than 6,000 windows for the Empire State Building.
For more information visit the TRACO website at www.traco.com