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Because we’re so busy helping our customers explore, pursue, and create; we often struggle to find time to do the same for ourselves — until now. We're starting the New Year off right with a completely new website and new blog.
For more than 60 years, we've helped customers across a variety of industries with our die cutting, fabricating, slitting, lamination services, and custom manufacturing expertise. During this time, we've gained volumes of knowledge and industry experience that has helped us create countless efficiencies and product enhancements.
And our new blog — Making the Final Cut with Frank Lowe — will serve as a way for us to share some of our valuable insight with you. Each month, we'll share insightful commentary, helpful tips, and guidance on subjects and topics impacting you and your industry, such as:
If you have questions or suggestions for blog posts, feel free to let us know by completing our online contact form and telling us what you would like to see more or less of.
By now you’ve probably noticed, we have a new look and feel to our site. It’s designed and reorganized in a way to help you navigate it more easily and effortlessly. While our previous site served its purpose, we’ve grown, expanded, and wanted a more modernized reflection of our capabilities.
For almost seven decades, we've made our name in markets by providing cutting-edge solutions. Specifically, we've partnered with some of the leading companies in the fenestration industry to create window, glass & glazing, and door components that are used throughout the world. While we will always have strong and solid roots to the fenestration market, we have also gained valuable experience solving problems for companies in:
And our new website is designed to reflect our expanded capabilities and knowledge. Whether you're in the fenestration market or any other of the industries we serve, we're looking forward to helping your organization achieve its missions and goals.
One of the benchmarks of Frank Lowe's decades of continued success has been our outstanding team of knowledgeable professionals. Each of our team members bring a unique set of experiences from different industries. This positions us as a highly-flexible firm with the ability to understand our customers strategic needs and provide viable and effective solutions.
In particular, our experts bring a wealth of knowledge about the vast catalog of non-metallic materials we use in our die cuts, fabrications, industrial gaskets, specialty tapes, and other products and services. Because of this, we've been able to provide superior guidance to our customers in the choosing of the optimum material for their application needs.
Moving forward, we're looking to continually expand and share our knowledge on the most critical facets of choosing elastomers. We'll use our blog to organize and share our immense wealth of materials knowledge with you.
We're proud to be the preferred custom manufacturing partner for several firms throughout the United States. The majority of our customers have been with us for several decades. Simply put, once they experience our world-class customer service, precise solutions, consultative approach to problem solving, speed, and scalability — they see no need to venture elsewhere for non-metallic fabrication and die cutting solutions. And in the rare event we don't provide the exact solution you need in house, we'll create it…because that's just what we do.
Contact Frank Lowe today by completing our online contact form.
Since 2002, Randy Cohen has served as the Senior Vice President of Frank Lowe — leading Sales and Marketing as well as a variety of Administrative operations. Randy has 25 years of experience with a background in sales & marketing, production and business management, serving both government agencies and private industry. He holds a B.A from Syracuse University and a Masters and Professional Diploma from Fordham University. Randy uses his unique set of experiences to help businesses and entities across all sectors explore, pursue, and create better solutions.