Last week, Apogee Enterprises Inc. announced plans to close its Viracon facility in Statesboro, Ga., along with other moves to restructure the business. In response to its parent company’s announcement, Viracon’s director of sales operations, Seth Madole, released a statement regarding what to expect from the company.

According to the statement, the goals of the changes are to simplify and improve operations to enable a more competitive cost structure.

In the statement, Madole says that the Statesboro facility was “responsible for a relatively small portion of [the] overall production capacity. We have proactively planned for this transition and expect no impact to current or on-going projects. In addition, there is no impact to our production lead-times or product portfolio. Lead-times continue to be in the 6-8 weeks range for the vast majority of our products.”