President Steve Chen says Crystal Pennsylvania is capitalizing on the additional space to add product lines. Photo courtesy of Crystal.

Crystal Window & Door Systems has expanded its manufacturing facility near Scranton, Pennsylvania, to meet growing demands and reduce lead times.

President Steve Chen says Crystal Pennsylvania is capitalizing on the additional space to add product lines and enable other company sites to focus on producing new heavy commercial products for regional markets.

Company officials add that Crystal Pennsylvania has expanded its insulating glass unit (IGU) fabrication capabilities. They say the facility can now produce IGUs with several spacer systems, including GED Intercept and Edgetech SuperSpacer. Crystal has also ramped up production of triple-pane IGUs. The company’s automated glass line can now handle large glass lites.

“The new equipment we have added here recently has improved our operating efficiency and reduced lead times,” says Chen. “Further improvements this year will continue this trend, allowing us to satisfy demand even more effectively and improve customer deliveries.”

Officials explain that most of the products fabricated at Crystal Pennsylvania are shipped directly to job sites and customers throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast and central Midwest regions.

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