• AMBICO Closes Factory

    We have decided to close the AMBICO factory and take our normal two-week summer shutdown (the last two weeks of July) a few months early.  Effective the end of the day, this Friday, March 27th the factory will be closed and will be scheduled to reopen on Monday, April 13th...

    AMBICO Closes Factory
  • Appointment of Mr. Tim Berry as COO

    AMBICO Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Tim Berry, P. Eng. As our Chief Operating Officer.


    Tim joined AMBICO 11-1/2 years ago and has been leading our Engineering team for the last 4 years. Mr. Berry has been Instrumental in guiding our R&D efforts and in bringing new product to market while working on continuous improvement throughout the company.

    Appointment of Mr. Tim Berry as COO
  • New Tornado Wood Door Product Page

    We are proud to announce that our new Tornado Wood Doors and Steel Frame products are now available to view on our website. 

    Follow the "learn more" button for more information and request your quote today!

    New Tornado Wood Door Product Page
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    The story of AMBICO is one of success bred of hard work. Founded by brothers-in-law Israel Shinder and Emanuel Lightstone, AMBICO has grown from a family-run construction products business to an industry-leading specialized door company with a world-wide reputation as an innovator and leader. Predicting economic trends and their effects on a variety of industries, Israel and Emmanuel demonstrated foresight and flexibility.





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