March 29, 2022 | Automation

Who Is Norfield And What Is Their Relationship To GED?

Norfield, a provider of automation equipment to residential and commercial pre-hung door manufacturing.


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Norfield, a California-based provider of automation equipment, parts, and services to the residential and commercial door manufacturing has been serving the North American pre-hung door machinery market since 1959. Norfield’s signature products are the Magnum and the Eagle machines, which both provide full machining of pre-hung doors.

Norfield’s mission is to deliver long-term customer satisfaction by designing and building state-of-the-art machinery and then supporting it with replacement parts, technical expertise, and field service. Norfield’s team of trusted professionals provide the know-how and service to help customers choose the right machinery. Norfield equipment allows door manufacturers to produce pre-hung doors faster with less effort and a higher return on investment.

Equipment provided by Norfield includes:

  • Pre-hung door machining
  • Jamb preparation
  • Casing cutters and assembly
  • Exterior door lite cutters
  • Exterior door assembly
  • Other accessory equipment for machining and assembling pre-hung doors

Early in 2021, GED Integrated Solutions, Inc. acquired Norfield, Inc. Norfield serves a diverse base of customers, and they are a leader in the pre-hung door machinery industry, with decades of experience providing value-added solutions.

GED has grown continually over the years through new product development and by providing exceptional products that assist window manufacturers to improve quality, increase production capabilities, and lower total costs. The acquisition of Norfield allows both GED and Norfield to leverage their unique assets and common ideals to continue to serve manufacturers of windows and doors with broader capabilities.

GED and Norfield will continue to leverage synergies among manufacturing, sales, and technical service to provide customers with the combined strength of the two companies. Joint marketing efforts will take place with both GED and Norfield retaining their respective company brands. An example of joint marketing includes GED and Norfield attending GlassBuild America in one booth.

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Written By: John Moore

With 30+ years of industrial marketing experience, John C. Moore joined GED in 2017 as V.P. of Marketing and works closely with Sales to seek out and evaluate market opportunities, launch new products, and oversee marketing communication efforts. John has his M.B.A. from John Carroll University and B.S. from Miami University.