Norco is a U.S International Industry Leader in the Aircraft Hangar Doors. For five decades, Norco Manufacturing has worked with architects, engineers, and building suppliers in the design, building, and installation of universal door systems for aviation, military, industrial, and marine specialty applications and retrofits.
A US company since 1828. Today, Cornell is a leading resource for rolling steel doors and grilles. Product categories include Rolling Service Doors, Insulated Service Doors, Counter Doors, Fire Doors, Insulated Fire Doors, Counter Fire Doors, Rolling Grilles, Side Folding Grilles, etc.. In 2018, Griffon Corporation (Clopay) aquired Cornell.
History begins with Benard Seinsheimer Corporation in 1859, a paper wholesaler in Cincinnati, Ohio.. Manufactured blackout window shades during the War and changed name to Clopay, an acronym for "cloth and paper". In 2016 it introduced the Modern Steel Collection and celebrated its 20th anniversary as a Good Housekeeping Seal holder.
Established since 2003, Techtrade Doors, a company dedicated to Quality, Reliability, Integrity and Self Improvement, Is the representative of several selected International and professional Special high quality Door Manufacturers. In the past years, the Company has grown to being the exclusive dealer in the Middle East, Asia & Africa of CORNELL and NORCO UNIVERSAL SYSTEMS. Techtrade's products include roller shutters, grilles, hangar doors, sectional doors, high speed doors, fire doors, fire and smoke curtains,cold storage doors, operable partitions, dock equipment, etc.. Techtrade’s main branch consists of six head engineers divided among the suppliers. Each door system order is spearheaded by one engineer who manages that single project from start to finish. All engineers have the necessary training required to manage and coordinate the projects for their related suppliers. Furthermore, engineers responsible for Cornell products attend an annual PES training to assure the engineers are up to date and capable of managing all Cornell projects. Techtrade consists of 50 employees other than the subcontracted employees required for the installation of our doors. The number of subcontracted employees varies according to Techtrade’s workload. Since its establishment, Techtrade has built itself from the main office in Lebanon to having branches in the U.A.E, K.S.A, and Qatar, committing itself to covering the Middle East. All offices collaborate and work together on all projects, sharing all their resources and technical support.