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Alpha ProTech Engineered Products named top vendor
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Jan '08
Alpha Pro Tech announced that its subsidiary, Alpha ProTech Engineered Products Inc, has been awarded a vendor number to provide a large national chain of building and home improvement products with its RexSynfelt roof underlayment product.

Alpha Pro Tech will begin shipping RexSynfelt to the chain's distribution centers during the first quarter of 2008.

Danny Montgomery, Senior VP of Alpha ProTech Engineered Products Inc commented, “We are extremely pleased to welcome this company as a customer beginning this quarter and it reflects our ongoing efforts to sign additional regional and national accounts for our Engineered Products.

Our synthetic underlayment has become a cost-effective alternative off-the-shelf compared to traditional felt-based tar paper due to escalating oil prices. When combined with the additional fifty percent labor saving on installation, slip resistant coating and a stronger, lighter material, there has been increased interest in our synthetic underlayment product.”

The RexSynfelt product carries both the industry ICC and Miami-Dade certification, which significantly expands the opportunity for Alpha Pro Tech's roof underlayment product as many companies require this certification to sell the product.

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