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Window maker Quanta dedicating Lancaster expansion

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A midstate manufacturer of energy-efficient window systems is expanding its product line thanks to equipment procured from another local company. Quanta Technologies Inc., based in Malvern, has been making its Insulating Glass System windows since 2010 at Burle Business Park in Lancaster. During the past nine months, the company has been expanding its footprint at Burle and installing robotic manufacturing systems designed by Joseph Machine Co., Quanta said in a statement.

Joseph Machine, based near Dillsburg, makes saws and equipment for fabricating windows, solar panel frames and similar products.

Quanta will use the equipment to make a new product line intended for installation on the interior side of existing windows. The product is aimed at retrofits on historic properties and other projects where maintaining the exterior look is important, Quanta said.

Quanta is holding a ceremony today at the expanded Burle facility. The site is being dedicated to York native Michael Neff, Quanta’s former chief financial officer, who died unexpectedly in July.



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The 2011 edition of the Glass Build America show was a big success for Joseph Machine Company! We had great foot traffic in our booth on both Monday and Tuesday. Even Wednesday was solid! Monday morning was particularly strong this year. Seven JMC booth attendants struggled to keep up!

We had a good mix of existing customers and new prospective customers that stopped by to see us. This year our booth featured a large LCD screen displaying an informational DVD. This was especially helpful for potential customers wanting to know what JMC was all about. We also had two large touchscreen HP computers identical to the ones used in our fabrication centers displaying machine information along with internet connectivity to our web site.

As always the most important part of the show was the people. We thoroughly enjoyed the interaction with our customers and competitors all week. The discussions in the booth were exciting and very productive. We were able to share dinner with some of our customers, and those moments were priceless. The highlight of the show was seeing our President, Joe Pigliacampo, receive the Crystal Achievement Award for the SCF-430 design!

We are already setting our sites on the 2012 Glass Build Show. Rest assured JMC will be there with new innovations and solutions for our valued customers. Take care, live well, and we’ll see you in Las Vegas! - Pat Myers


Dillsburg, PA. (September 23, 2011) Joseph Machine Company is bestowed the coveted 2011 Crystal Achievement Award!!

Joseph Machine Company is thrilled to announce their 2011 Crystal Achievement Award presented at the GlassBuild 2011 show for our SCF-430! We have just begun to brag about this one!!! Pictured with Joe Piglicampo (left, owner of JMC)  is John Swanson of Window and Door magazine.


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