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Export Award for Langley's Cascadia Windows

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Cascadia Windows' Mike Battista accepted a BC Export Award. The Langley company won in the sustainability category.
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Langley’s Cascadia Windows was one of 10 B.C. companies honoured at the 30th annual B.C. Export Awards.

The Langley company won the Sustainability Award.

Cascadia Windows is an industry leader in the innovation and production of fibreglass construction products featuring the highest energy efficiency and durability on the market today.

The awards were presented on Nov. 23 in Vancouver by the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters British Columbia (CME-BC) and Tourism and Skills Training.

“The premier and I would like to extend our congratulations to all the winners of the 2012 BC Export Awards and to CME-BC for their remarkable efforts to celebrate industry excellence at the BC Export Awards this afternoon,” said Pat Bell, the minister of jobs, tourism and skills training and the minister responsible for labour.

Mike Battistel, the vice-president, operations for Cascadia Windows, accepted the award.

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