Companies partner to make new Noble brand windows

January 21st, 2014

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Companies partner to make new Noble brand windows

Posted: Tuesday, January 21, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 7:23 am, Tue Jan 21, 2014.

By Dennis Nartker

KENDALLVILLE — North American Extrusion and Assembly, an Albion-based company, has partnered exclusively with Wolfpack Chassis, a Kendallville-based company, to supply premium windows at discounted prices to the manufactured housing and RV industries, Robert Frost, Wolfpack president and CEO, announced Friday.

“Wolfpack Chassis is committed to identifying and offering value-added solutions that will save money for our customers,” Frost said. “This agreement with North American Extrusion and Assembly will enable us to offer our chassis customers a premium, high-quality window at a lower cost.”

The two Noble County companies signed an agreement Friday. They plan to roll out the new Noble brand windows at the 2014 Louisville Manufactured Housing Show, Wednesday through Friday in Louisville, Ky.

“We are excited to have partnered with Wolfpack to bring this cost-saving solution to market,” said Tom Watson, majority owner and managing director of North American Extrusion and Assembly. “Wolfpack shares our philosophy of high quality and competitive pricing, so the combined offering is a natural fit for customers.”

The Noble window offers several energy-efficient and convenient features, including insulating air channels, fully welded corners for weather seal, 7/8-inch insulated glass, removable and adjustable screen, tilt sash for easy cleaning, interlocking rails for strength and leak prevention, pile weather stripping to seal out elements and a nailing flange with convenient caulk area.

Wolfpack Chassis was founded in 2011 by a team of chassis experts with a vision of serving customers and adding value through innovation. Wolfpack currently has 25 employees at its manufacturing facility at 800 Weston Ave., Kendallville.

For more than 40 years, North American Extrusion Assembly and affiliates have supplied customers with quality vinyl extrusions and window-related components. The company, based at 200 E. Park Drive, Albion, has nine single-screw extrusion lines in northeast Indiana.

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