Volume 41, Issue 9 - September 2006

Ready to Learn
Win-door 2006 Aims to Bring Knowledge to the Industry

Ah, November in Toronto. Nothing quite wakes a person up—or at least, those of us from more Southern climes—as a walk in the brisk chill of a late fall day in Canada. Unless, of course, you’re a member of the glass industry, in which case the Canadian Window and Door Manufacturers Association (CWDMA) aims to awaken your senses with this year’s Win-door North America. “Bringing Knowledge to the Industry” is the theme and goal of this year’s trade show and educational program to be held November 14-16.

Show Hours

Tuesday, November 14, 2006 5 - 8 p.m.
Wednesday, November 15, 2006 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday, November 16, 2006 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Toronto Venue
Upon walking out of the brisk air and in through the doors of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building), attendees will find before them more than 150 companies exhibiting on the trade show floor, showcasing their newest products. Among those products will be the latest in computer hardware and software, doors, doorlites, hardware, machinery, sealants, weatherseals, testing services, wood products and systems for the fenestration and door industries. Exhibitors will likely stay busy “bringing knowledge” to the more than 4,000 attendees expected to come from across Canada, the United States and all corners of the world. And among those exhibitors will be USGlass magazine in booth 1609.

While exhibitors do their part to “bring knowledge to the industry,” the CWDMA has announced that it will be offering its continuing series of industry topical seminars. 

“Knowledge and information are key ingredients to the success of any manufacturing business today,” says CWDMA president Robert Latour, of Novatech. “The association has responded to the members’ requests for industry topical seminars relating to all aspects of their fenestration businesses.”

The sessions include the CWDMA Super Session (November 15, 8:15 – 10:30 a.m.), which will include a high-profile speaker addressing business challenges and solutions and an update on industry best practices and installation. In addition, a general meeting (November 16, 8:15 – 10:30 a.m.) will prepare attendees for the future with an update on CWDMA programs as well as an economic forecast. 

Getting to the Show
For anyone not enjoying an invigorating walk from one of several nearby hotels, Novatech, Truseal and Mendelssohn Customs and Transportation Services are providing free parking in both the north and south parking garages of the convention center for all participants—just steps from the show floor. 

For more information about the show, or to register, visit www.windoorshow.com. Turn to page 150 for a list of exhibitors.

Win-door North America 2006 Exhibitors

Accurate Fasteners

Acer Industrial Ltd. 

Association Des Industries de Portes et Fenetres du Quebec (AIPVFQ)

Alumet Mfg. Inc. 

Ameri-Can 

Amesbury Group 

Annex Publishing and Printing 

Aquasurtech OEM 

Aribell Products Ltd. 

Atech Machine Inc. 

BayForm

Bostik Canada Ltd. 

Bronze Craft 

Caliburn Inc. 

Canadian Window and Door magazine

CAN-BEST Building Science Corp.

Cheng Cheng Plastics Inc. 

CML Machinery Inc. 

CSA International 

Custom Surface Solution Inc. 

Canadian Window and Door Manufacturers Association (CWDMA)

DeMar Window Hardware Inc. 

Designer Glass Int. (DGI) 

Dong Ying Dynamic Hi-Tech Building Materials Co. Ltd. 

Door Com Distribution 

DWM magazine 

Elixir Industries 

Elton Manufacturing 

Fein Canadian Power Tool 

Fenetech Inc. 

Fenzi North America 

Ferco Architectural Hardware Inc. 

Fiberlink Inc. 

Friedman Corp. 

G&J International (Canada) Inc. 

GE Silicones 

GED Integrated Solutions 

Glacier Management Inc. 

Glass magazine 

Grafco International 

Guardian Industries 

Habitat For Humanity Canada 

Hitek Computer Systems 

Hope Global 

Hygrade Components 

Inde Pane 

Indutec Alchemist 

Inkster Park Millwork Ltd. 

Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance 

John Evans’ Sons Inc.

JSA Machineries Inc. 

Kear Fabrication Inc. 

Kenyon’s Stained Glass Factory Inc. 

Lamatek Inc. 

Lothar’s Industrial Sales 

M.I.S. Inc. 

Machinerie GML Inc. 

Masonite International Corp. 

Medieval Glass Ind. Ltd. 

MIC Wood Products Ltd. (Canada) 

Mikron 

NAGE-North American Glass Equipment 

National Fenestration Rating Council 

Natural Resources Canada 

Norfield Industries 

North Star Windows and Doors 

Northern Architectural Products Inc. 

Novatech Glass Group Inc. 

ODL 

Onyx Extrusion Technology Inc. 

P.H. Tech Inc. 

Plastmo Ltd. 

Portes Patio DECKO Patio Doors 

PRC-DeSoto International Inc. 

Preference North America Inc. 

Profom Inc. 

Proline Automation Systems 

Prolux Paint 

Pro-Tac Industries Inc. 

Protomach 

PVC Architectural Inc. 

Quadra Plast Inc. 

R.W. Coomber Enterprises Inc. 

Radisson Industries 

Rainbow Precision Inc. 

Rehau Industries Inc. 

Resiver Patio Doors 

Richersons Enterprise Ltd. 

RiteScreen 

Roland Boulange & Cie Ltee. 

Royal Group Technologies 

Royal Mouldings Ltd.

Saint-Gobain Bayform 

Saint-Gobain Technical Fabrics 

Siding and Window Dealers Association of Canada (SAWDAC)

Schlegel Canada Inc. 

Screenco Manufacturing Ltd. 

Servitek Fenestration 

SHELTER magazine 

SICO - Industrial Coatings 

Sika Canada Inc. 

Snow Millie Import and Export Inc. 

Soniplastics Inc. 

Spartech Profiles 

Speck Tool Limited 

SSI Sealing Systems 

Sunspace Modular Enclosures Inc. 

Superior Finishes Inc. 

Technoform 

Tecniplast Inc. 

Thermo Distribution 

Thermoplast 

Toronto EMS 

Trimlite Canada 

Truseal 

Truth Hardware 

Ultrafab Inc. 

Unique Sash Balance 

Urban Machinery 

USGlass magazine

Vega Automation 

Veka Inc. 

Verre Select Inc. 

Vogo Inc. 

W&F Mfg. Inc. 

Westech 

Weston Wood Solutions 

Window and Door

Windowmaker Software 

Witte North America 

WTS Paradigm 

USG
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