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Doughty’s Tubelite Territory Expanded

Tim Doughty, a client development manager for Tubelite Inc., has expanded his territory to serve glazing contractors and architectural teams in Alabama, Georgia and the Florida Panhandle. Doughty has four decades of experience in the glass and metal industry. He … Continue reading

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Eric Ulrich Joins Tubelite as Client Development Manager

Tubelite Inc. announced it has hired Eric Ulrich as a client development manager, serving New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. In his new position, he is assisting glazing contractors and architectural teams with storefront, curtainwall, entrances and daylight control systems. Ulrich … Continue reading

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Tubelite Adds Ty Bowie as Client Development Manger

Tubelite Inc. announced Ty Bowie will serve as a client development manager in Central and Northern Florida as part of G. Bowie & Associates’ manufacturer’s representative team. Ty Bowie joins his father, Gary Bowie, and his colleagues, Hunt Dickson and Charlie Hall, … Continue reading

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Apogee Reports 30 Percent Revenue Increase, 58 Percent Spike in Backlog

Apogee Enterprises Inc. announced its fiscal 2015 second-quarter results, which include a 30 percent increase in revenues to the tune of $231.9 million. The company, which provides solutions for enclosing commercial buildings and framing art, reported its operating income of … Continue reading

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Tubelite Names Buggs Director of HR

Michigan-based Tubelite Inc. has hired Rene Buggs as its new director of human resources. Buggs, most recently a senior employee relations manager at Dean Foods’ corporate office in Dallas, will report to company president Amy Cole. According to Tubelite, Buggs … Continue reading

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Jim Flandreau to Serve as Tubelite’s Director of IT

Walker, Mich.-based Tubelite Inc. has named Jim Flandreau its director of information technology (IT) business relationship management. Flandreau, who brings more than 17 years of experience in IT strategic planning, governance and business process improvements, serves Tubelite from its parent company, Apogee Enterprises, … Continue reading

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Tubelite Names Tim McMenamin Lean Champion

Michigan-based Tubelite Inc. named Tim McMenamin its lean champion to “help drive efficiency and quality, improve productivity and optimize the company’s value stream.” McMenamin most recently led six sigma lean manufacturing efforts at E&J Gallo Winery and previously served as a team leader managing … Continue reading

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Tubelite’s Michigan Facility Expands Capacity

Tubelite Inc. increased production capacity, as well as its aluminum extrusion capabilities, at its Reed City, Mich., facility. The company says the changes, including the addition of a third aluminum extrusion press and the application of lean manufacturing principles, allow it … Continue reading

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Tubelite Names Peters and Townsend as Client Development Managers

Tubelite Inc. added Mike Peters and Kelly Townsend as client development managers. Peters replaces Steve Seeling, who recently retired, in serving clients in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. Townsend assumes the responsibilities of Don Walker, also recently retired, for clients in Oklahoma and northern Texas. Peters has nine years … Continue reading

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Amy Cole Named President of Tubelite

Amy Cole has been named president of Tubelite Inc. She joins Tubelite on March 31 and will report to Joseph F. Puishys, CEO of Apogee Enterprises Inc., parent company of Tubelite. “Amy brings more than 25 years’ experience in the … Continue reading

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