September 23, 2014

History

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1960 – V.E. Anderson opens an extrusion facility in Rome, GA to supply its window manufacturers.

1977 – Alcan Building Products purchases the Rome facility along with other V.E. Anderson assets.

1990 – The Rome facility is transferred to the Alcan Extrusion division.

1994 – The Rome facility is purchased by Profile Extrusion Company.

1998 – Profile begins expansion of the Rome facility to make room for a third extrusion press.  A new warehouse is added with 8 shipping docks along with a refurbished 8″ press.

2004 – An automatic control system is integrated into the paint line to improve quality and ensure overall consistency of product.

2006 – Profile grows once again, expanding the building and adding a fourth extrusion press, the 2,750-ton 8-inch diameter Titan.

2011 – Profile moves its two oldest presses, replacing them with Thor, a Prezessi 2,000-ton 7-inch diameter press with OMAV Handling.

2012 – The current capacity at Profile is extrusion of more than 40 million pounds of aluminum per year.  Introduced a proprietary paint technology, PRO10XL,  an industry-leading 2604 aluminum paint featuring reduced color deviation, extended gloss retention, and a ten-year warranty.

2014 – Profile Extrusion Company is acquired by Highlander Partners. Operations continue with management team in place under the name, Profile Custom Extrusions, LLC. 

 

 

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