Wadel leading Sturtz expansion in Canada
April 13, 2023 By Sturtz Machinery
The Stürtz Group, headquartered in Neustadt (Wied), has expanded its worldwide footprint with the founding of Stürtz Machinery Canada, Inc. As the North American fenestration market continues to evolve, Stürtz is furthering its commitment to the Canadian market. The new company will provide sales, service and parts for Stürtz equipment throughout Canada.
Jason Wadel joins the new company, Sturtz Machinery Canada Inc, as Managing Director to oversee all Canadian operations. “I am excited to join Stürtz and be part of their commitment to the Canadian window and door industry.”, states Jason Wadel. “I have worked in this industry for over 20 years and have always respected Stürtz and their ingenuity. I look forward to being a part of their growth and success moving forward throughout Canada.”
Jörg Breuer, CEO of Stürtz Maschinenbau GmbH states, “Stürtz is delighted to announce our newest subsidiary, joining our operations in Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, the UK, Romania, China and the United States. Stürtz Machinery Canada, Inc. will support our long-term growth strategy and help us to continue delivering high quality machinery and automated solutions as well as improved service and parts response in a very important market.
For more than 30 years, the Canadian Window & Door market has been very important to us. We understand the needs of these Canadian customers and now we are looking forward to working with Jason to grow this market.”
“Due to the travel restrictions imposed during COVID, the last few years have proved challenging to properly support our valued Canadian customers.”, adds Tony Mehringer, CEO of Stürtz Machinery, Inc. in Twinsburg, OH. “With Jason leading our new subsidiary it will allow Stürtz to provide even more responsive service and faster spare parts fulfillment than has been possible from the Twinsburg OH location.”
Stürtz is a leading supplier of fenestration manufacturing equipment in North America and worldwide.
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