Volume 2   Issue 3               Fall 2001

Northern Exposure

Canada's Premier Fenestration Convention Touches Down in Toronto
by David Jenkins

A surge of electricity will shudder through Toronto when Win-Door 2001 arrives in town. Running from Wednesday, November 14, through Friday, November 16, in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre south building, this year’s show promises to provide the latest fenestration information.

Visit Door & Window Maker at Win-Door!
The staff of Door & Window Maker magazine looks forward to seeing you in Toronto! Please take the time to stop by booths #342 and #344 to say hello and gain information on our publications, glass.com™ and upcoming Glass Expos™. And, please don’t forget to pick up the latest editions of our sister publications, USGlass, Window Film™, AGRR™, and La Revista del Vidrio, Fachas y Ventanas™. We hope to see you there!

Show Information

With a total of 100,000 square feet of exhibit space, and exhibitors and visitors from all across the world, Win-Door is Canada’s premier showplace for the fenestration industry. During the three-day event, attendees can keep current and learn about the latest industry standards and trends. The free opening night reception and two free luncheons provide perfect opportunities for participants to network and talk shop with their peers. Industry specialists will also be on-hand to demonstrate new ideas, new technology and creative solutions. Finally, more than 2,500 window and door manufacturers from around the world will be present, presenting attendees with an opportunity to make key contacts.

In 2000, Win-Door hosted more than 185 exhibiting companies in the state-of-the-art Metro Toronto Convention Center. 

“Win-Door is truly an effective sales tool for our membership,” said Tom Duffey of the Canadian Window and Door Manufacturers Association (CWDMA). “[It is a] valuable industry event.” This year’s show will feature the latest computer hardware, software, doors, doorlites, machinery, sealants, weather seals, testing services, wood products and systems for the fenestration and door industries. 

Take Toronto


The city of Toronto also features plenty of entertaining sites and attractions you may want to see during some downtime from the show. Harbourfront Centre is a year-round facility whose concerts and dance performances place a large emphasis on culturally diverse acts. Toronto Eaton Centre is the third largest mall in Canada and includes more than 285 shops and restaurants. High Park’s large natural area encompasses a pond, wooded areas, trails, open picnic areas and various recreational facilities. Royal Ontario Museum contains 6 million objects on display and more than 40 galleries. The Hockey Hall of Fame is a haven for sports fans and highlights the history and glory of the game’s greats.

Free parking at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre south building’s underground parking garage is minutes walking distance from the city’s entertainment district, where attendees can enjoy fine dining, hotels, theatres, sporting events and the world-famous CN Tower and Skydome.

LIST OF EXHIBITORS
(as of July 30, 2001)
A.K.Draft Seal Ltd.
Albat + Wirsam North America Inc.
Alco Ventures Inc.
Alumet MFG. Inc.
Ashland Hardware Systems
Automated Machinery & Tool Design
Award Sales Associates
Azon Usa Inc.
Bodycote Materials Testing Canada Inc.
The Bronze Craft Corp.
C.R. Laurence Co. Inc. 
Caliburn Inc.
Canadian Building Envelope Science 
and Technology (CAN-BEST)
Canaropa (1954) Inc.
Chemcraft International Inc.
Computers Mean Business Inc.
Construction Distribution & Supply Co. Inc.
Custom Craft Plastics
Canadian Window & Door Manufacturers Association
Deceuninck NA
Deles Industries Inc.
Delta Architectural Hardware Corp. / Amesbury Group Textile Division
Domtar Inc.
Door & Window Maker magazine
Elumatec Canada Inc.
Endura Products Inc.
Extruco Profiles Ltd.
Fasco Die Cast Inc.
Ferco Architectural Hardware Inc.
Friedman Corp.
GE Silicones Canada
Gestion Marcel Laquerre
Hardware Agencies Ltd.
Hardware Technologies Ltd.
Hess-Armaclad Inc.
Holm Industries Inc.
Hope Global
IGMA - Insulated Glass 
Manufacturers Alliance
Inde Pane Ltd.
Inkster Park Millwork
Intertek Testing Services
Jamac Sales
Joseph Taylor Inc.
JSA Machineries Inc.
Kval Inc.
The Lockformer Co.
North American Profiles Group
Novatech Glass Inc.
ODL Inc.
Omega Balance Co. Inc.
P.H. Tech Inc.
Pacific Wood Laminates
Pilkington
Plastmo Inc.
PLV Systems Inc.
PRC - Desoto International
Preferred Engineering Products
Premdor Entry Systems
Prestik Manufacturing Inc.
Profom Inc.
Proline Automation Systems
Protac Industries Inc.
PVC Architectural
Quadraplast
Association Des Industries De Portes 
& Fenetres Du Quebec
Rainbow Precision Inc.
Rehau Incorporated
Reno-Coatings Inc.
Resiver Patio Doors Inc.
Richersons Enterprise Ltd.
Roland Boulanger & Cie Ltd.
Ro-Mai Industries Inc.
Roto Frank of America
Royal Group TechnoIogies Ltd.
Saint Gobain Technical Fabrics
Salem Distributing Co.
Schlegel Canada Inc.
Screen Center Sales
Soft Tech America Inc.
Soniplastics Inc.
Spadix Technologies Inc.
Spartech Profiles
Specialty Building Products
Speck Tool Ltd.
SSI Sealing Systems
St. Gobain Bayform Canada Inc.
Tecniplast Inc.
The Door Dudes
Thermoplast Inc.
Titon Inc.
Trimlite Canada Ltd.
Truseal
Truth Hardware
Ultra Hardware Products
Ultrafab Inc.
Unique Sash Balance Co. Ltd.
Urban Machinery
Vega Automation Systems Inc.
Verre Select Inc.
Vogo Inc.
W&F Manufacturing
Weston Forest Corp.
Window & Door Manufacturers Association

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