Surface Products Inc.
Danny Yehia founded Surface Products in 2010; quickly, the company rose to becoming the premiere glass supplier in the Vancouver area. With a variety of products – such as decorative glass, polycarbonate, 3D thermoplastic and more – Surface Products strives to meet every customers’ needs.
Working with some of the best architects in the area, Surface Products’ leaders have the experience and expertise to conquer any design challenges that they come across. Some of Surface Products most difficult projects include the curved escalators at the River Rock Hotel and Casino to the glass bridge that feels as though you are walking on water.
Currently, Danny Yehia also serves as the Director of Marketing at Moov Inc. Moov is a business-to-business service, providing advanced information on companies that are currently either moving locations or undergoing changes in their business. Arming vendors with a variety of information and advanced knowledge of these businesses undergoing changes allows them to have a competitive advantage over other vendors in the area.
Moov strives to increase your revenue and efficiency while also reducing costs. By limiting its distribution of leads to three competitors in the market, you are getting information that is not released to a wide-array of vendors in the area. All leads are verified with 100% accuracy and are delivered on a weekly or monthly basis.
The best source for Lead Generation Services, Moov is providing you with advanced market information. Check out Moov’s website for more information on how it can help your business.
Danny Yehia’s father founded National Glass in 1959. After moving up the company to a director’s role, Danny decided to work elsewhere in the industry. However, Danny is still an active member on the Board at National Glass.
With its headquarters located in Langley, British Columbia, National Glass distributes to Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Lethbridge, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Its American operations are based in Woodinville, Washington and feature a second location in Portland, Oregon. National Glass services Hawaii, Alaska, Montana, Idaho and California.
Known for carrying the widest selection of glass and related products in the industry, National Glass now has over 100,000 square feet of warehouse space.
Some of National Glass’ biggest projects are the Shangi-La Hotel, The Aquatic Center at Hillcrest Park, the Aberdeen Centre and Kwantlen University.
For more information about National Glass, visit its website.