High-Quality Aluminum Glazing Extrusions – Always Delivered On Time
Aluminum extrusion is a process used to manufacture a wide range of products for the building and construction industry. From doors and windows to curtain wall and glazing systems, the process is cost-effective and the material is durable. All of our extrusions are manufactured in India at ISO 9001:2015 extrusion facilities, and we offer significant cost savings over domestic extruders without sacrificing quality or service.
Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ): 500 kgs (0.55 US Tons) per shape
Browse Our Catalog of Aluminum Glazing Shapes – 125 Shapes to Choose From
If you don’t already have a design for your glazing extrusions, browse our catalog of shapes. These can be extruded at our ISO 9001:2015 certified partner facilities in India. The Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) for each glazing extrusion shape is 500kg (0.55 US tons).
All Profiles Manufactured at ISO 9001:2015 Extrusion Facilities in India
Aluminum extrusions play an important role in many architectural projects, so you need to be sure that you are getting high-quality architectural extrusions at a reasonable price. At Gabrian International, we’ve been helping companies extend their supply chains to Asia since 1995. We have long-established relationships with reliable Indian extruders and maintain an on-the-ground presence at their facilities so that you don’t have to.
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