Posts Tagged ‘ Virginia ’

Spring has Sprung: Door and Window Manufacturers Expanding

Mar 25th, 2024

Spring is a time of growth and that’s not limited to the natural environment. Two door and window companies are in the news for their expansions this month. In Virginia, Governor Glenn Youngkin announced that Tucker Door & Trim, a distributor and manufacturer of doors, windows, and specialty millwork to the construction industry, will invest […]

Virginia Contractors Could Become Liable for Sales Tax on Installations

Aug 24th, 2023

Virginia contractors who sell and install specific personal property, such as doors and windows, would be categorized as final consumers of the property, according to a revised rule introduced by the state’s tax department. Outlined in a proposed fast-track rule amendment, which has been published in the Virginia Register of Regulations, the Department of Taxation […]

Unicel Architectural Names Greg Kirkman Mid-Atlantic Sales Manager

Jul 12th, 2023

Greg Kirkman has joined Unicel Architectural Corp. as regional sales manager for the Mid-Atlantic region. He will cover South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C. Kirkman was previously the director of sales and business development for Keystone Hardscapes. “Greg will lead our sales efforts and be responsible for cultivating sales […]

Crystal Windows Appoints Steven Yu VP of Sales and Marketing

May 4th, 2023

National manufacturer Crystal Window and Door Systems recently promoted regional sales manager Steven Yu to vice president, sales and marketing. Yu, who has been involved in Crystal sales and marketing efforts for nearly 20 years, will direct sales operations across the country as well as corporate marketing initiatives. “Steven brought innovative sales strategies first to […]

Colonial Pipeline Restarted as Shops Assess Damage

May 13th, 2021

The 5,500-mile Colonial Pipeline began restarting its operations Wednesday evening after a ransomware attack that crippled the system for six days and led to gas shortages across the Southeast, according to CNN. Pipeline operators have cautioned that it could take time for service to return to pre-attack levels. Following the attack, for which authorities believe […]