07/01/2020 / Press release

Ensinger Building Products announces opening of California warehouse to serve customers in Western United States

Ensinger Building Products, a member of the Ensinger Global Group, has announced the opening of a California warehouse to provide local distribution for high quality insulbar® polyamide thermal breaks to West Coast customers.  According to Joe Nellinger, Sales Operations Manager, “the increasing energy requirements for fenestration in the Western United States, through regulations such as California’s Title 24, have significantly expanded the need for high performance thermal break solutions in metal windows, doors, and façades. This strategically located warehouse allows Ensinger to support this rapidly growing market with shorter lead times, reduced freight costs, and continued industry-leading service.”

As an added benefit, Ensinger packages insulbar® thermal breaks in stackable, returnable metal racks designed to reduce our customer’s carbon footprint and conserve natural resources. With no wooden pallets, crates or cardboard to disassemble, customers save time and disposal costs.


Warehouse worker transports insulbar insulating barsinsulbar customers in the Western United States in particular are to benefit from the new Ensinger warehouse in California.

About insulbar

Ensinger GmbH is one of the world’s leading developers and producers of thermal insulating profiles for window, door and facade construction. The profiles marketed under the brand name insulbar® create a thermal barrier between the inner and outer shells of metal frames. Insulation solutions using insulbar® profiles achieve the best values in terms of energy saving and reduced heating and air conditioning costs, while complying with the most stringent quality standards in every respect. They have been in successful application the world over for more than forty years.

About Ensinger

The Ensinger Group is engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of compounds, semi-finished materials, composites, technical parts and profiles made of engineering and high-performance plastics. To process the thermoplastic polymers, Ensinger uses a wide range of production techniques, such as extrusion, machining, injection moulding, casting, sintering and pressing. With a total of 2,600 employees at 35 locations, the family-owned enterprise is represented worldwide in all major industrial regions with manufacturing facilities or sales offices. www.ensingerplastics.com


Contact for Additional Information

Peete Kikerpill

West Coast Account Executive
(609) 680-5081
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Joe Nellinger

Sales Operations Manager
(856) 217-0881
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