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VT Industries Acquires Capitoline Products

Posted on 22 September 2015 by cradmin

VT Industries, Inc., a manufacturer of postformed laminate countertops, recently acquired Capitoline Products, Inc. Both companies have facilities in Rome, Ga. Capitoline Products is a  regional laminate countertop and decorative panel manufacturer. Both companies are family-owned and Capitoline services Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and North and South Carolina. The integration of the two companies began immediately and will continue throughout 2016.

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StoneTalk Podcast 11: Jason Nottestad

Posted on 04 June 2015 by cradmin

In this episode of StoneTalk, produced by Moraware, host Patrick Foley speaks with Jason Nottestad, International Sourcing Manager for VT Industries, a laminate manufacturer and hard surface fabricator with nationwide reach.

Listen to this episode to learn:

  • How Jason handles shipping from all of the plants.
  • How logistics is affected by shipping.
  • The two different divisions that benefit from materials purchased from China.
  • How VT industries became the nation’s largest post-form laminate producer.
  • New innovative ways that VT Industries has made changes in post-form laminate market

A transcript of this episode is available Here.

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How Postformed Laminate Countertops Are Made

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How Postformed Laminate Countertops Are Made

Posted on 26 March 2014 by cradmin

We ran across this video put out by VT Industries, a large supplier of postformed laminate countertops, that shows the process they use for making postformed tops. While the video is a bit promotional, focusing on the things that seem to set this company apart from others, there is some good content here.

The video shows hows the subtops are made, some interesting edging options, glue-up of the laminate to the subtop, heating and forming the edges, creating cove-type backsplashes and more. If you are curious about the process, or just this large fabricator’s process, this video is worth a watch.

One thing that seemed of particular interest was how the company focused on the “green” aspects of its countertops – from the (pre-consumer) recycled particle board substrate to the no-formaldehyde-added adhesive used – a definite sign of the times.

If you have a video you think we should share, of know of one, please send us a link at [email protected] and we’ll take a look.

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