FlexScreen Completes Distribution Partnership with Saint-Gobain ADFORS
FlexScreen, manufacturer of the flexible window screen, partnered with Saint-Gobain ADFORS, manufacturer of high-performance construction and industrial materials. This global partnership grants Saint-Gobain ADFORS exclusive rights to sell FlexScreen products within the retail and dotcom channels.
As the CDC continues to recommend opening windows for proper ventilation of both residential and commercial properties, window screens increasingly play a significant role in the safe reopening of the world’s brick and mortar economy. By partnering with Saint-Gobain, FlexScreen will continue to empower a new generation of infrastructure.
FlexScreen is built with high-performance spring steel and damage-resistant frames, and offers residential and commercial consumers the most efficient and effective method for installing window screens, say company officials. Free of attachment hardware, FlexScreen eliminates the struggles associated with installing traditional screens, which often cause bent aluminum, scratched paint, and broken hardware.
“We are thrilled to join arms with Saint-Gobain and deliver our award-winning products to more residential and commercial consumers across the globe,” says Joe Altieri, president and CEO of FlexScreen. “We recognize Saint-Gobain’s outstanding international market reputation, and are excited for the opportunity to expand FlexScreen together in partnership.”
“Due to the current pandemic, we are seeing a huge spike in the dot.com channel and an increase in construction product sales as more people are doing home improvement projects. Our partnership with FlexScreen came at a perfect time as it aligns with our core business strategy and meets the current dot.com demand,” says Jim Griffin, sales and marketing director for Saint-Gobain ADFORS. “Combining FlexScreen’s revolutionary product and innovative spirit with our long history in the insect screen business will undoubtedly bring significant benefits to all of our customers,” Griffin says.