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Self-Storage Manufacturer Overhead Door Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Overhead Door Corp. (ODC), a supplier of doors and other access solutions for commercial and residential applications including self-storage, is celebrating its 100th anniversary. The milestone will be commemorated with a 100-day celebration for employees and customers across the company’s locations in Canada, Mexico and the United States, according to a press release.

ODC first introduced its upward-acting, sectional garage door in 1921, followed by an electric garage-door opener in 1926. It now has three divisions focusing on electronic, pedestrian and vehicular-access solutions. The company manufactures steel roll-up doors under its own brand as well as TODCO and Wayne Dalton. Additional brands include Genie, Horton Automatics Overhead Door, Horton Pedestrian Access Solutions and Won-Door.

The centennial also marks the 61st anniversary for Horton Automatics, an ODC division. “We are proud to be part of and contribute to such a storied organization,” said Kirk Brunson, president of Horton Pedestrian Access Solutions.

“The great advancements we have made since joining Overhead Door are a testament to the organization’s culture and willingness to invest in its brands. The entire team is excited to celebrate this centennial anniversary with our complete ODC family.”

Based in Lewisville, Texas, ODC provides door and access solutions for commercial, institutional and residential applications. It serves more than 6,000 professional distribution partners.

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