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Skyline Windows attracts minority investment from Schüco International

Skyline Windows, a centenarian cornerstone of the New York City skyline and a leader in the American window industry, today announced a strategic investment from Schüco International, a global expert in windows, doors and façade solutions head-quartered in Germany.

Under the terms of the deal, Schüco is obtaining a minority ownership stake in Skyline, fostering a dynamic exchange of technology and expertise. Skyline will become the exclusive distributor of Schüco’s products in North America, integrating Schüco’s innovative solutions into its own extensive projects business.

“With four generations and more than 150 years’ worth of management experience, the Skyline team will apply their systems and processes on day one to lead our U.S. operations forward,” said Andreas Engelhardt, CEO of Schüco International.

This investment represents a strategic advancement for Skyline, adding Schüco’s innovative products to its line-up and establishing it as the exclusive distributor in North America. By leveraging its strong projects business and extensive network, Skyline aims to accelerate growth and expand its operations, enhancing its offerings for current and growing customer base.

Skyline has been an instrumental part of iconic buildings such as Rockefeller Center, The Chrysler Building, and The New York Stock Exchange. Known for its commitment to quality and innovation, Skyline has maintained a strong presence in the market since 1921, contributing to stand-out projects that include One South First in Williamsburg, 1 Wall Street and 140 New Montgomery in San Francisco.

The collaboration aims to set new standards in sustainability, energy efficiency and architectural design, offering clients from high-profile projects to residential and commercial developments unparalleled quality and environmental stewardship.

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