Self-Storage Building Manufacturer Janus International Hires Director of Marketing

Janus International Group LLC, a manufacturer of self-storage roll-up doors and building components, has hired Christine DeBord as director of marketing. DeBord will be responsible for supporting the company’s Commercial, Door Security and Automation, International, New Construction and R3 (Restore, Rebuild, Replace) Divisions, according to a press release.

"We are excited to have Christine join the Janus family as we continue to execute on our strategic vision to offer turnkey solutions to our industry," said David Curtis, president and CEO. “As we continue to grow by offering new products and technology, as well as through strategic acquisitions, we believe Christine’s industry experience and knowledge of new technology make her a perfect fit to lead our marketing team.”

DeBord joins Janus after two years at PTI Security Systems, a provider of access-control and security solutions for the self-storage industry, where she “drove a number of highly successful digital and branding initiatives as well as new product launches,” the release stated.

Janus was recently acquired by private investment firm Clearlake Capital Group LP, which has interests in the energy and industrial, food and consumer services, and software and technology sectors. The move is a part of a broad strategy to infuse Janus with resources to pursue product development and company growth, including acquisitions, according to company officials.

Headquartered in Temple, Ga., and founded in 2002, Janus is a global manufacturer and supplier of roll-up and swing doors, hallway systems, and re-locatable storage units for the self-storage industry. It operates 10 U.S. locations as well as manufacturing facilities in Europe and Mexico.

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