Quaker Windows and Doors Joins 2019 Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies

Inc. Magazine announced that Quaker Window Products has been named to the 2019 Inc. 5000 list of Fastest Growing privately held companies in America. Quaker has experienced 60% growth over the past three years focusing on a strategic growth plan that centers on developing new and innovative door and window products, expanded manufacturing capacity through new facilities and automation to meet growing demand and continuing efforts to open up new commercial and residential markets throughout the U.S., according to the company

“It is an honor to be recognized to this prestigious list of fastest growing companies, especially as we celebrate our 70th anniversary in business,” says CEO Kevin Blansett, “Quaker was the only Top 100 Window company to be named to the list and I feel that this is a real testament to our people and their commitment to excellence in the manufacturing of our products and service to our valued customers.”

Not only was Quaker recognized as a growth leader in the door and window industry by Inc., but was also in the top five for revenues generated by a manufacturer on the list, as well as the second oldest company to be named to the 2019 Inc. 5000 list.

Companies on the Inc. 5000 list are the nation’s most successful privately held companies and are ranked according to percentage revenue growth from 2015 to 2018. Companies must be U.S. based, privately held, for profit and independent to qualify.

Quaker is a family owned business originally founded by the Knoll family in 1949. Headquartered in Freeburg, Mo., the company is a national manufacturer of aluminum, wood and vinyl doors and windows for the architectural, commercial and residential new construction, replacement, historic, blast and impact-resistant markets.

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