Manufacturing excellence in Canada
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Vince Carrier, IKO Industries
October 27, 2020
by IKO Industries
For over 70 years, a family-owned company in Canada has been making superior roofing and insulation products and has grown into a global giant as a result. In 12 years with IKO Industries, Vince Carrier has seen it all on the manufacturing and operations side of the business and joins Patrick Flannery to tell us how it’s made and why it’s good. How are shingles made anyway? What’s the difference between different kinds of insulation board? Where do all those little grains on the shingles come from? All the questions you’ve wondered about for years but were afraid to ask.
Vince has been in the building supply industry for over 24 years, the last 12 years have been with IKO. Vince began with IKO as a Territory Sales Representative for three years prior to moving into a Regional Manager role, and has spent the last year and a half as Special Projects Manager for Canada. His first experience in the building supply industry was with glass fabricator, Oldcastle Glass where he spent over 11 years.
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